Financial investigations are also called forensic accounting. They are most commonly used to look into corporate misdeeds to uncover evidence regarding allegations of embezzlement, asset searching, tax evasion, money laundering, or other varieties of financial crime. They can unveil evidence of corruption, fraud and even terrorist financing. Our investigators might begin by looking through financial records from bank accounts, real estate and assets, vehicle records, computer background information, and a variety of other money records.
After collecting the relevant data, the investigator will analyze the collected information to track where money is, and how it ended up there. These investigations are intended to be used, if necessary, in court cases to pursue or defend against criminal or civil suits.