For forensic accountants, looking back at the first half of 2022 in the rearview mirror may feel chaotic. Coming off strong headwinds created by the pandemic, and already defined by conglomerate unwindings and a bevy of new Russia-Ukraine crisis related regulations, 2022 has been anything but the return to normal expected when the New Year began.

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With the threat of a recession on the horizon, and the ongoing fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic still being felt, business and forensic accountants are facing a mounting number of questions and challenges. In this article, Brad Wilson, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner, outlines four key trends that are set to shape the forensic accounting space in the second half of 2022 and beyond. To read the full article in CPA Practice Advisor, click here.

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Brad Wilson, Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer at StoneTurn, leverages 17 years of experience in forensic accounting and forensic auditing to advise companies and their counsel on complex financial, […]

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