Forensic accountants and insolvency practitioners Inquesta has strengthened its team with the arrival of John Rafferty and Adam Horley.

John, aged 49, has more than 20 years’ experience in forensic accounting, having previously worked at the Serious Fraud Office, PwC and BTG Global Risk Partners.

He joins Manchester-based Inquesta as a senior manager at a time when the practice is experiencing rapid growth in demand for its services, especially over consequential loss claims arising from mis-sold interest rate swap products.

Adam, aged 24, …


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The advantages of the use of forensic accountants in confiscation proceedings

This article has been provided by Alan Burcombe, Senior Partner at Wells Burcombe Solicitors – www.wellsburcombe.co.uk

The provisions applicable following conviction, and indeed before conviction, such as restraint orders, under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (“the Act”) are well known to be extremely restrictive and harsh in nature. Whilst their effect is designed to deprive a person of the sum they have benefited by from their criminal conduct, such is the nature of the provisions and assumptions which can be made under the …


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Inquesta News – May

To download May’s edition of Inquesta News, please click  Inquesta newsletter May 2012


Welcome to the second edition of Inquesta News.

The last 2 months have been extremely busy for us with a mixture of new instructions, business development and networking.

We are developing our newsletter on a regular basis to provide improved, relevant content. We appreciate your feedback and would like to know if there is anything you would specifically like to hear about.

In this edition we have a new ‘facts …


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