RGL Forensics Opens Office in Dubai

Press ReleaseDecember 2014

Insurance / Legal / Corporate

International forensic accounting and consulting firm RGL Forensics is pleased to announce the opening of their newest office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

London – 1 December 2014 – International forensic accounting and consulting firm RGL Forensics is pleased to announce the opening of their newest office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

RGL has assisted clients with operations and interests in the region for a number of years, providing forensic accounting and consulting services to insurance and legal professionals and corporate executives. The new Dubai office enables RGL to offer clients expanded geographic reach and practice strength.

"Expansion into new markets and diversifying our geographic locations is key to our success,” said Angie MacPhee, CEO of RGL Forensics. “RGL has handled numerous cases and claims in the Middle East and we believe now is an opportune time for us to open an office in Dubai. This expansion is part of our long-range strategy to meet the needs of our clients who have business interests in the region."

“The opening of this office underscores our commitment to our clients,” said Justin Crick, partner of RGL Forensics in London. “Over the last 10 years we have seen an increasing volume of work in and around the Middle East, we hope that this expansion will enable us to enhance our client service in this strategically important region."

The office will be run by Clive Burrows, who is relocating from RGL’s London office. Burrows has been with RGL since 2007 and has worked extensively on assignments throughout Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.

“Along with the rest of the firm, I am excited about the opening of the Dubai office,” Burrows said. “Our new regional capabilities will open additional opportunities for us to work with our clients.”


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