Author Archives: Mark Jenner

Mark Jenner is an experienced forensic accountant specialising in fraud and white collar criminal matters. He provides independent financial investigation and expert accounting witness services to police forces, fraud regulators and criminal defence lawyers, also providing assistance and solutions to organisations embroiled in financial disputes.

There Is Wide Variation Within A Fraud Specialism!

In conclusion, while it is important for a forensic accountant to be known for a number of specialisms (for example in my case being a Hawala expert, or an MTIC expert etc.) in reality a good practitioner is able to approach any case on the basis that it will be unique. … Read More

Forensic Accounting In MTIC Frauds

I found from that case that, if I had wanted, I could sign up to a particular web site, place an order for phones and then use the site to find a buyer. My risk? I would have to deposit £100,000 into an account at the Bank of Curacao … Read More

Insolvency Fraud And Asset Recovery

When businesses get into difficulties and face bankruptcy the time is ripe for fraud. Assets are carefully hidden so that when the company goes bust, there is nothing left for the creditors. And yet a lot of the insolvency fraud can be traced to the professional practitioners… … Read More

Forensic Tax Accountant

A forensic accountant’s input is valuable in criminal tax evasion cases. Tax fraud costs the UK a massive amount, and HMRC rightly must come down hard. However, their allegations and assumptions can be somewhat zealous, and the need for a balanced and impartial assessment is essential. … Read More

Expert Accountant – What’s In A Name?

It can be difficult to give a single title to such a person. Descriptions of my job title have included forensic accountant, expert witness, expert accountant, fraud expert, fraud investigator or independent expert. In reality, it is a combination of these. … Read More

How Far Should POCA 2002 Assumptions Go?

The confiscation framework is a powerful tool that is applied not only to its intended use of removing the proceeds of crime from criminals, but also for its unintended use as a further punishment for those convicted of a qualifying offence (or series of offences). … Read More