RGL Blog: RGL Blog
Read topical comments on the world of financial forensics by key members of the RGL team and let us know your views.
13 Jan 2017
New Health & Safety Executive Sentencing Guidelines – Going Beyond Turnover as a Measure for Fines
In February 2016, the Sentencing Council, an independent, non-departmental public body of the Ministry of Justice, introduced a definitive guideline for the most commonly sentenced health and safety offences and...
05 Jan 2017
Comparing professionals – are they all alike?
When buying a washing machine or car, it is possible to compare the features of each product, consider what is important – speed, reliability, cost of operation, or brand.
20 Dec 2016
To Click or Not To Click
With the festive season upon us, the pressures of work often result in not having enough time to physically go to the shops to buy presents or gifts.
16 Dec 2016
Why is personal data so desirable?
With the recent news of Yahoo! suffering an attack in 2013 where over one billion accounts were compromised, the question that arises is: "Why do hackers want to steal people's...
09 Dec 2016
Are we bucking the trend at RGL Forensics?
It could be said that 2016 has been a most unusual year. This has been commented on in every form of media, across dining tables and in bars up and...
28 Nov 2016
California's Proposition 13, 38 Years Later
Enacted in 1978, California's Proposition 13 served to reduce property taxes and put a cap on increases on property taxes.
16 Nov 2016
That Would Never Happen - A cautionary tale of cyber breach
Theory and simulation are all well and good…but how close to reality are such simulations?
09 Nov 2016
What's in a name? that which we call …
When we are first appointed to review an insurance claim or dispute, people are often concerned that a "forensic accountant" has been engaged and assume we are only there to...