Forensic Accounting

Situations involving fraud, disputes between parties or allegations of corruption require a close examination of books and records, agreements and other financial documentation to determine what really happened. Kroll’s forensic accounting reviews provide expertise in order to recreate, reconstruct or analyze complex financial and electronic information. Accounting and other internal controls are often the first line of defense in preventing and detecting fraud or other malfeasance, and Kroll’s international teams are also experts in assessing internal controls and remediation.

Kroll can quickly assemble a global investigative accounting team to secure, collate and analyze corporate books, records and other financial information to provide clear and concise, evidence-based reports to boards, management and regulators in accordance with court standards. Where necessary, we assist counsel and clients throughout the litigation cycle, from discovery and loss quantification through to asset recovery following a successful claim.

Our forensic accounting teams include certified public accountants, chartered accountants, forensic accountants, traditional investigators, former Big Four auditors and compliance specialists, electronic discovery and computer forensics experts and cyber security specialists. Kroll’s senior investigative managers, many of whom are former prosecutors or law enforcement personnel, collaborate to provide insight, direction and hands-on guidance in matters related to financial misconduct, tampering with books, regulatory compliance, anti-corruption, investment schemes and fraud.

Our areas of expertise include:

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Other Areas We Can Help


Investigations include inventory loss, unauthorized wiring of funds, employee misconduct, etc.


Internal Investigations

Including allegations of legal and regulatory violations, cyber breaches, employment matters, etc.

Internal Investigations