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RGL assists insurance, legal and corporate clients around the world every day. Take a moment to discover the latest about how we have been applying our leadership in forensic accounting and advisory services to create clarity out of complexity and inform decision making.
Diary of a forensic accountant: Part 6
Catherine Rawlin examines how mediation can mitigate even the most grievous of disputes.
RGL Forensics Makes List of Central Florida Accounting Firms
RGL Forensics is pleased to announce that the firm has been included on the Orlando Business Journal’s list of 2017 Accounting Firms in Central Florida.
Diane Womack on what makes a good financial investigator
In the Orlando Business Journal, partner Diane Womack shares about the financial impact of fraud on corporate revenue and why forensic accounting is a company's best tool for uncovering the financial facts beyond the fiction.
How Helpful will EU Testing of Bank's Cyber-Security be?
With recent news that the EU is contemplating plans to test banks’ ability to repel cyber-attacks, thereby mirroring current measures put in place by the Bank of England, Lawyer Monthly hears from Mike Allison, Global IT Security Manager at RGL Forensics, who here voices his thoughts on the potential ramifications, and future of the European Union’s program engagements.
Diary of a forensic accountant: Part 5
An earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale hit central northern Italy at 7.10pm local-time on 26 October 2016. A second devastating quake, measuring 6.1, followed two hours later.
Evaluating a claim by the numbers
In Claims Magazine, Steve Rosenthal and Simon Oddy discuss how a forensic accountant can help review a range of documents used to determine the true value of complex claims.
Coca-Cola, Nestle targeted by poisoning attack threats
As published by Business Insurance, Simon Oddy comments on potential loss considerations in a threatened food-poisoning attack just days before Christmas.
Diary of a forensic accountant: Part 4
Across all disciplines of forensic accountancy there is no such thing as a typical day – the proverbial "to-do list" is more like a Japanese kaiten-zushi restaurant: as one task is ticked off another quickly fills its place. Although this may seem like a never-ending merry-go-round, after nearly 20 years, this is the main reason I still do what I do.