Summarize your feelings towards your Forensics/Fraud department. Love or hate the culture? Feel like you’re growing or don’t? Think leadership is competent or incompetent? Are you happy?
Fraud and Forensics
Currently in Forensics Consulting work, full desk job. Interested in moving towards more field work. Any advice on how to achieve this. Thinking about military time to make myself more marketable.
My company is hiring CPA for associate/senior associate for our dispute and investigation practice. DM me if interested
Was an auditor before and starting a new job in Forensics at Big 4 as a second year staff. Any recommendations, tips, stories to share for this position?
How often do Deloitte forensic accountants have to travel, within DC area or outside of it? Trying to leave public accounting but sick of driving around this area to clients
Besides LinkedIn, where is the best place to look for Financial Crime (BSA/AML and Fraud) consulting jobs?
Anyone have a CFE designation and taken the test recently? Debating about getting it wasn’t sure if it’s worth it.
Best firms to work for in forensic accounting in the DC area? In terms of culture, work life balance (lol), compensation, interesting projects?
Anyone here work for FTI in their Forensics and Litigation Practice? Got an invite to interview for their Senior Consultant position in Washington DC.
What are some interesting jobs you or your colleagues have left fraud/forensics in public accounting for?