Workman Forensics can act as an expert source to help understand and simplify financial data for media stories involving:
- Wietholter’s FBI training contributes to her unique skill set in discovering motivation, intent and execution for victims or subjects of fraud, embezzlement, loan fraud, securities fraud, mortgage fraud, Ponzi schemes, etc.
- Preventing fraud requires a multi-faceted approach including the right education and tools. Leah can explain to employees how to detect and report fraud using a secure third-party hotline and why detection and reporting are critical responsibilities of corporate employees.
- When financial matters become court cases, an accounting degree is not enough to understand the legal matters at hand. Wietholter has knowledge of the legal system and investigative process and experience simplifying the most complicated financial cases to provide clarity for the judge and jury.
- When dividing households, there are numerous ways and motivations for hiding income. In some disputes, it takes investigative training to uncover and compile accurate record of assets.
- Similar to divorce investigations, a division of corporate assets can be marred by misappropriation of assets, breach of fiduciary duties and fraudulent transactions. Investigative, data analysis and accounting expertise combine to unveil an accurate distribution of assets.
- As an objective third-party expert, Wietholter can perform financial analysis as a court appointed receiver or conduct court-appointed investigations when suspicion of fraudulent transfers, misappropriation of assets, fraudulent financial representations or dissipated collateral is suspected.
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