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Forensic Accounting & Fraud Detection
Running a business is challenging enough without worrying about the impact of fraud, employee theft, embezzlement and other forms of malfeasance on your organization. Your situation can become even more difficult once you have discovered that one or more of these incidences may have already occurred.
Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman has in-depth expertise in responding to and resolving matters such as these. Our professionals also have the expertise to provide fraud risk assessments for corporate and non-profit organizations to identify and mitigate internal control vulnerabilities before an incident occurs. Members of our team have backgrounds and experience as Certified Public Accountants, Certified Fraud Examiners, Financial Analysts and former federal law enforcement. They have experience conducting forensic accounting, internal corporate and due diligence investigations and can develop and apply efficient and cost effective strategies to assess, investigate and resolve these types of cases. Our services include:
- Forensic accounting investigations
- Internal corporate investigations
- Litigation support consulting
- Fraud risk assessments
- Business valuation
- Expert and fact witness testimony
- Due diligence and background investigations
Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s accountants, analysts and investigative professionals utilize forensic techniques to identify, collect and analyze financial information to reconstruct accounting activities and pursue document trails that uncover evidence essential to building a case. If and when it is determined that unethical or illegal activity has occurred, we work closely with clients and legal counsel to minimize organizational loss, recover lost assets and maximize the return on damages. We are also available to participate in the discovery process, provide expert witness testimony at depositions and during trial.
Our professionals consult with clients in the areas of asset and fund misappropriation, employee theft, embezzlement, falsification of financial records, insurance fraud, investment schemes, and securities fraud for corporate and non-profit entities, small businesses, and legal counsel.
Working with Ian Shuman, and more recently with Elinor Litwack, has been wonderful. Ian brings a wealth of CPA management experience, which has proven invaluable in helping our firm address management issues.
Ana Ramos | Associate Director for Administration
Stanley Medical Research Institute