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Read topical comments on the world of financial forensics by key members of the RGL team and let us know your views.

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19 Jun 2017

Cyber Risk Assessments

Our current cyber atmosphere is one wrought with fear. It seems we’re seeing a “hair on fire” or Y2K sort of pandemonium all over again.

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15 Jun 2017

Can Board Service Help Grow A Career?

As you develop through your career path, where you choose to spend your time can have a lasting impact for you.

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13 Jun 2017

A Different Kind of Modelling

My current and previous career hold a few similarities: working with interesting people, a need for patience and dedication, wearing smart suits, and opportunities to travel.

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06 Jun 2017

Collaboration in a Marital Dispute?

We often see in the movies, hear stories or maybe even experience the horrible fights over assets and custody that can ensue when a marriage ends.

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02 Jun 2017

British Airways Gridlock and the Cyber World…

News reports today indicated that the power outage that crippled the British Airways (BA) systems last weekend was due to human error.

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30 May 2017

Lions, Mathematics & Business Culture

There are many cycles in the sporting world that are quadrennial. The Olympics, World Cups, Euro’s and a Lions tour.

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23 May 2017

Do the figures still matter?

Appealing to peoples’ emotions has always been a part of politics, however, in this era of Fake News, Post Truth and Alternative Facts, it seems like a day does not...

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19 May 2017

Tinkering with the SFO

The Conservative Party yesterday launched their manifesto, unveiling plans, if elected in June, to incorporate the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) into the National Crime Agency (NCA).

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18 May 2017

This is not a drill! Now what?

The worst case scenario for your company became a reality this morning. You were reading the morning news and stumbled across an article with details from a data dump released...

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17 May 2017

From a Tennis Player to a Forensic Accountant

I started to play tennis quite late – as a 7 year old. I began competing in Regional competitions followed by National competitions and continued up to the Women’s league...

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