Fraud and Forensics
What are some interesting jobs you or your colleagues have left fraud/forensics in public accounting for?
Hey everyone. So I have one final project for masters to FINALLY be done with class and start on CPA stuff! Got a topic on fraud and have to ask several ranks (Partner to Staff level; 5 needed)...
Trying to prepare for a AML audit role in a bank.. What are some typical questions.. Should I just focus on my resume.. Have 4 years experience
Contemplating a move to EY forensics and want to get a sense of manager comp range (preferably NYC, Philly or DC)
Any advice on transitioning into forensics? I’m in audit now and want to make a good case for a transfer. I’m not sure what the other side is looking for. I will have my CPA license soon if that helps
Suggestions for studying for the RCA? How long did it take those who passed and did you study any material outside of what is provided when you sign up for a test date?
Working in the Forensic Technology practice for a year now. What are the most desired certifications worth getting for risk consulting?
What should be the next certification that I should get? I have the CFE. I’m targeting the CFCS and the ACAMS as the next ones that I should get. Any thoughts on which one I should get 1st? Pros/Cons
Stuck in a loop. I’m having a hard time finding a steady job in forensics. I’m getting thrown back into audit because it’s the only steady job I’m being offered. But it’s not as satisfying. Any tips?
How many/what professional organizations do you belong to and does the firm pay the dues for them all?
Where is future of forensics? Investigations and litigation seem to be the story of the old days. Forensic Analytics? E-discovery? What should i do if ive already started in investigations?
Is it possible to transfer from audit to forensics (accounting) at a manager level? Also, how difficult is it to transfer and what can I do to increase my chances?
Those in EY FTDS, can someone shed some light on what is happening with EY law? I keep hearing it mentioned in not a particularly great light.