Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting

Our professionals have the necessary expertise to detect financial discrepancies and irregularities.  Oracle can assist if you are concerned that your firm may have been the victim of a financial fraud. If you are looking to take a proactive approach, Oracle can assist to implement a system of financial controls and safeguards to prevent internal or external fraud from happening in the future.

Financial examinations

  • Investigation of allegations of fraud, theft, misappropriation, and other financial misconduct
  • Examination of physical and computerized accounting records to detect missing, concealed, and distorted financial information
  • Calculation of financial losses incurred as a result of thefts, embezzlements, and other misappropriations of assets
  • Development of evidence to document suspected fraudulent activity
  • Reconstruction of income and expenses to document hidden, concealed, or illicit income
  • Tracing of matrimonial assets
  • License fee and royalty audits
  • Assets searches in 200+ countries to assist in the recovery of stolen or misappropriated assets

Mergers and acquisitions

  • Thorough research of merger and acquisition targets, business principals, and competitors
  • Independent analysis of financial data for business valuations
  • Preparation of risk exposure assessments

Litigation support services

  • Preparation of clear, concise exhibits of financial transactions and complex litigation issues
  • Review and analysis of the credentials and reports of expert witnesses
  • Assistance in the preparation of discovery requests
  • Assistance in the preparation of depositions of witnesses, adverse parties, and experts
  • Assistance in the preparation of insurance claims for recovery of losses
  • Reconstruction of lost, stolen, altered, or destroyed financial information

Controls and safeguards

  • Identification of weaknesses and vulnerabilities in existing financial systems
  • Development of improved systems for accounting and asset control security
  • Determination of compliance with federal legislation, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, and corporate integrity settlements under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
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