RGL launches in Frankfurt

News, Commercial Dispute ResolutionSeptember 2016

Insurance / Quantification / Financial Lines / Liability / Casualty / Property

Commercial Dispute Resolution covers RGL Forensics' opening of an office in Frankfurt, its first in mainland Europe, and the appointment of forensic accountant Christian Skodczinski as its head.

As appeared in Commercial Dispute Resolution, 7 September 2016.

By: Dimitar Ganev

Global financial investigations company RGL Forensics has opened an office in Frankfurt, its first in mainland Europe, appointing forensic accountant Christian Skodczinski as its head.

Choosing Germany’s financial centre as its first permanent location in continental Europe, Denver-headquartered financial investigations company RGL Forensics has expanded by launching an office in Frankfurt.

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