Forensic Focus - May 2017

  • The role of the expert witness and importantly when is an expert not an expert?

    The expert witness remains an important role in resolving disputes. However the appropriateness of the conduct of the expert witness has undergone increasing scrutiny in recent times.
  • Eight year prison sentence for Cambridgeshire accountant in multimillion pound fraud

    An accountant, who has since been disqualified from being a company director in 2014, defrauded a friend of 25 years of over £5 million.
  • Prison sentence for Suffolk based accountant to the stars

    Suffolk based accountant, Edward Lewis, who was facing financial difficulty took money from seven of his clients including TV actress Jodie Whittaker, TV actor Kris Marshall, radio presenter Geoff Lloyd, and director Peter Richardson.
  • Fraud on the accountants

    South East based accountants KrestonReeves are alleged victims of a £42,000 fraud by an employee.
  • Team Talk - Andrew Warner

    Andrew is a first-class honours graduate of the University of Reading and achieved his ACA qualification in 2013. He combines high-level accountancy skills with an enquiring mind and meticulous attention to detail, making him the perfect fit for his new role.
  • Ensors shortlisted for two national awards

    Ensors are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted for the ‘Working in Partnership’ award at the Solicitors Journal Awards 2017.
  • Stop Press - Forensic Accounting and Finance Book

    The Ensors’ Forensic Accounting team are delighted to have contributed to what will be one of
    the first textbooks for forensic accountants and professionals seeking to understand forensic accounting and finance.
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