Diary of a forensic accountant: Part 4

ArticleDecember 2016

Insurance / Legal / Quantification / Investigation / Liability / Casualty

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.

As appeared in Economia, 21 December 2016.

By: Amanda Fyffe


I am sure most forensic accountants would agree that it certainly makes for an interesting working day. The diversity in the work is immeasurable: there aren’t many jobs where you are able to examine, research and learn about so many different types of business in terms of size, industry and function on a daily basis. The opportunity to continually develop your skills is also ever-present as is the need to be responsive and flexible – all the necessary ingredients for a dynamic career.

So it is probably clear that I am passionate about my job and the work that I do, but what is my area of specialism and what are the key elements?

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