Adams & Martin Group is working with a DC client that needs a forensic accountant to work on a year long project. The forensic accountant will be working full-time on site. The candidate will be working alongside criminal investigators in advancing their efforts within a dynamic and complex environment to advance their investigations against sophisticated criminal enterprises designed to curb their money laundering activities.
Responsibilities and Duties
The responsibilities and duties of this role include, but are not limited to:
- Serves as a forensic accountant and authority in the identification, examination, and analysis of financial data.
- Assesses the value of financial evidence; unravels sophisticated techniques for moving funds and shielding illegal activity.
- Provides financial profiles of individuals and groups.
- Utilizes various computer applications to review and interpret implications on a vast number and variety of financial transactions, and other corporate business, and financial processes, associations, and record-keeping systems.
- Produces in-depth financial investigative reports and exhibits. Participates in subject and witness interviews, and testifies as an expert witness in criminal proceedings.
- Develops and provides forensic accounting presentations/briefings.
- Maintains appropriate contacts in law enforcement, private industry, and other government agencies to advance investigations and to share best practices.
- Provides authoritative expertise with regard to accounting and financial practices, world-wide securities, banking laws and systems, conventional and non-conventional financial institutions, national and international businesses.
- Assist with FinCEN inquiries, federal investigative agency internal database searches, open source database searches, and bank account analysis/processing of grand jury information.
- Process and organize data (bank statements, financial reports) obtained by the field via the proper legal process in order to provide the field support for executing seizure warrant on said assets.
- Document the results of their analysis and produce investigative reports.
- Bachelor’s Degree with field of major study in finance, business administration, economics, accounting, mathematics, or other related field; AND
- Minimum of two years’ specialized experience working in the field of forensic accounting in law enforcement environment.
- Advanced education and certifications in forensic accounting (Certified Freud Examiner, CFE; a CPA certification with Certification in Financial Forensics, CFF) is preferred.
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