Forensic Accounting

The forensic accounting professionals at DGC bring clarity to the complex.  Our teams of certified public accountants and certified fraud examiners can assist you in deterring, detecting, and assessing the impact of fraud. We know which questions to ask and which answers to pursue. In the process, we uncover the facts, discover the financial truth, and deliver an objective and credible analysis. 

Working with attorneys, clients and regulatory authorities, we can: 

  • Conduct fraud investigations and forensic accounting
  • Reconstruct books and records
  • Interview witnesses
  • Analyze the flow of funds
  • Determine true economic damage and loss analysis
  • Quantify damage or loss
  • Prepare expert reports and insurance claim analysis
  • Assess internal control and fraud risk
  • Provide expert testimony at deposition or trial

Perspectives

Case Study: Misappropriation of Student Funds at a New England College
Case Study: Misappropriation of Student Funds at a New England College 04/09/2018

The college was alerted to the alleged fraud by another employee, and determined that “red flags” may have been ignored. Read more

Case Study: Partnership Dispute (Freeze Out) Results in Arbitration Award for Client
Case Study: Partnership Dispute (Freeze Out) Results in Arbitration Award for Client 04/02/2018

A former general partner of a Boston private equity firm was in a dispute with his former partnership for monies owed to him pursuant to his interest in a limited partnership investment fund. Read more

Podcast: Get To Know Beth da Silva, Partner – Business Consulting Practice
Podcast: Get To Know Beth da Silva, Partner – Business Consulting Practice 12/04/2017

DGC is thrilled to welcome Beth da Silva as a guest on “Unique Perspectives – The DGC Podcast.” She recently joined DGC as a Partner in our Business Consulting practice. Read more

Case Study: Purchaser discovers competitor’s accounts receivables may be overstated – litigation is avoided through analysis of accounts and negotiation
Case Study: Purchaser discovers competitor’s accounts receivables may be overstated – litigation is avoided through analysis of accounts and negotiation 10/26/2017

A professional services company purchased a competitor to expand its customer base and acquire intellectual capital. Read more