Forensic Accounting Specialisation

Strengthen your personal brand, expand your network and capitalise on new opportunities

In Brief

  • CA Forensic Accounting Specialisation promotes you as a trusted leader in an expanding niche area
  • Recognition grows your network and enhances your personal brand in this space
  • You can choose from a range of flexible pathways to complete the program

As a CA Forensic Accounting Specialist, you are recognised for significant knowledge and experience in a growing and intellectually rewarding field that includes post-acquisition dispute, economic damages, calculations bankruptcy.

Clients consider a specialisation as an acknowledgement of your skills, knowledge and experience in:

  • Expert evidence
  • Consulting expert
  • Arbitrations/mediations
  • Expert determinations
  • Fraud investigations
  • Financial investigations (including asset tracing)
  • Loss and damage assessments
  • Disputed business valuations (including shareholder disputes)
  • Family law disputes (including trust / estate disputes)
  • Insurance claims (including business interruption)
  • Personal injury claims
  • Intellectual property claims
  • Professional negligence claims (including auditor negligence)
"The most exciting part is jumping into a new matter and learning about a new client and new problem, particularly if it's a high profile matter that relates to something like the Banking Royal Commission. That's always exciting."
Dawna Wright CA

How to become a CA Forensic Accounting Specialist

You must be a member of Chartered Accountants ANZ and meet education and experience criteria, including the requirements of regulations CR6 and CR6D.

The program offers a choice of two pathways to entry:

What else you need to know

  • What are the benefits
  • Specialist accreditation fees
  • 2020 intake dates
  • Ongoing obligations

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Find out about leading the way as a forensic accounting specialist