Forensic Accountant in Russia

Our forensic accountant in Russia can handle financial investigation, asset search, background checks and anti-corruption risk assessments on your behalf. 
As forensic accountants, we use accounting, auditing, digital forensics, and investigative skills to search through your company’s financial reports and uncover the facts in your case
Forensic accountant does the work of investigating and analyzing financial evidence. Then he effectively communicates findings in reports and other collections of documents. These reports and the forensic accountant who compiled them may then be called on to assist in legal proceedings. But, of course, a picture is worth a thousand words. Therefore, we prepare demonstrative exhibits that are effective in conclusive information presentation through flowcharts, data, timelines, pictures, narratives.  Our comprehensive approach illustrates the patterns and trends that tell the story encapsulated within massive amounts of information.
If something amiss in financial and accounting documentation then calling forensic accountant is the first step in solving the issue. We have the insight, skill and training to investigate discrepancies even if the truth has been purposely obfuscated.
Forensic accountant reveals essential facts and provides comprehensive analysis with regards to:
It’s paramount for us to provide forensic accounting and financial investigation services in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.  
Irina Molodova, Managing Partner
  • after started her career in a national audit company Irina joined Grant Thornton Russia in 2005 (renamed as Baker Tilly Russia in 2015) where she managed assurance and tax engagements
  • acted as CFO of Terranova group of companies in 2012 – 2018
  • graduated with distinction from the Russian Academy of Economics named after G.V. Plekhanov, awarded a Russian auditor’s certificate and ACCA DipIFR
Andrey Sorochan, Managing Partner
  • joined Grant Thornton Russia in 2006 (renamed as Baker Tilly Russia in 2015) where from 2011 he was  partner in charge for forensic, transaction & restructuring services
  • qualified as CFA Charterholder, CPA (NH US), CFE (ACFE), MBA (Maastricht), M.I.Tax (Hamburg)
  • gained his initial experience from the financial restructuring (World bank projects), assurance & advisory (EY) and transaction advisory (Deloitte)
INSIGHTS: The World Economic Forum estimates the global cost of corruption is at least $2.6 trillion, or 5 per cent of the global gross domestic product (GDP).  According to the World Bank, meanwhile, businesses and individuals pay more than $1 trillion in bribes every year. 
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