CPD Units: 1
This webinar is aimed at members who want to gain an understanding of the role of a Forensic Accountant. The different types of work undertaken by a Forensic Accountant will be discussed and the requirements of the role starting from instruction right up to giving evidence in Court. This will include fraud investigations, shareholder and partnership disputes investigations, personal injury claim quantifications and contentious valuations.
Maria McKenna will be your webinar presenter. Maria joined Tait Walker Chartered Accountants in October 2014 to work in the Forensics Department as a Forensic Services Manager. Her role includes expert witness work, contentious valuations, expert opinion reports on fraud investigations and disputes, consequential loss claim reports, complex personal injury claims and hidden asset investigations in divorce. Maria works on both personal and corporate cases that require forensic accounting input, wherever there is a fraud or legal dispute. Maria has previously worked as an audit manager for SMEs and as a Group Finance Manager at an engineering group.
If you are unable to join us for this webinar you are able to pay for the recording to watch at a time more convenient to you.
£20.00 AIA members (CPD674)
£25.00 Non-members (CPD675)
£15.00 Recording only (CPD676)
You must book and pay for your place by the 11 October 2017 to allow us time to set up the webinar and ensure that you are able to log in. There are four different ways you can book:
- Pay online through My AIA (Please make a note of the booking codes above).
- Post back the CPD Booking Form.
- Fax back the CPD Booking Form to 0191 493 0278.
- Phone 0191 493 0268 and pay by credit card.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
If you have to cancel or transfer, the full fee will be transferred to a future event, provided notice is received not less than 24 hours prior to the event. If you cancel or transfer later than this, the full fee will be charged to that event. Alternatively, a substitute delegate would be welcome at no extra charge.
Where circumstances force the AIA to change the details of or cancel a webinar, the liability of the AIA will be limited to a refund of fees for that particular webinar. The AIA is not liable for any consequential loss.