A Forensic Accountant analyses financial information for legal or court cases. You might have to go through accounting data to look for discrepancies or inaccuracies and prepare a report on your findings. Forensic Accountants often have to present information in cases involving fraud, insolvency, bankruptcy or valuations. Reviewing and auditing financial data will be a big part of your job and you may work for a range of investigative organisations.
A Forensic Accountant needs to have strong auditing skills and excellent attention to detail. You’ll have to be focused, organised and able to manage several cases at once. Forensic Accountants should be able to prepare detailed reports and communicate their findings confidently. You’ll have to be able to navigate a range of financial systems to find the information you need.
There are 1 courses available for people who want to become a Forensic Accountant.