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CYFOR to speak at the ICAEW’s Forensic and Expert Witness Group Conference

Expert Witness Group Conference

CYFOR Forensics Director Keith Cottenden will be speaking at the ICAEW’s Forensic and Expert Witness Group Conference 2017. 

This is a must-attend event for forensic accountants and lawyers alike

November 7th 2017, 09:00 – 19:00

ICAEW, Chartered Accountants’ Hall, Moorgate Place, London EC2R 6EA

Event information

The conference is the primary opportunity for UK forensic accountants and expert witnesses to come together for technical updates, to learn about developments relevant to forensic accounting and to network with others in the industry. A combination of highly relevant primary sessions and the opportunity to choose from a wide range of specialist breakouts means that this course is highly relevant to anyone practising in the forensic accounting arena. Delegates will have the opportunity to keep up to date with recent changes in the framework for forensic accountants and relevant cases and obtain feedback from lawyers as to how they perceive forensic accountants.

CYFOR’s Involvement 

CYFOR Forensics and Technical Director, Keith Cottenden, will be taking part in a panel discussion with other numerous industry experts, covering the topic;

To what extent will forensic accountants be replaced by technology?

He will then be hosting a breakout session later in the afternoon ‘Exploring eDiscovery & Digital Forensics.

For more information on the event, you can find the full and extensive programme itinerary here, as well as the full list of speakers.

Click here to book your place on the conference and quote the following code to receive a bespoke discount: FORCOM2017



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