Bank Statement and Funds Flow Analysis
Analyzing of account statements can help you establish evidence of receipts and payments that have been made via the accounts and thereby prepare a complete set of records for your business. We utilize cutting edge technology to transform your electronic bank and credit card statement information into usable and actionable financial intelligence. In order to comprehend the depth of any investigation it is paramount to analyze the flow of funds through an organization.
Understanding where money comes from and where it goes provides clients with the information it requires to formulate its litigation strategy. Small Accounting Solutions focuses on the analysis of the flow of funds and other items of value as they relate to illicit third parties, company insiders and other fiduciaries involved in bribery, corruption, and other forms of conflicts of interest. We are well versed at identifying and unwinding complex business arraignments and legal structures to identify potential illegal activity and hidden or stolen assets.
- Provided trial testimony relating to the flow of funds in the matter of U.S. v. Joseph Merlino, et al., S44 16 Cr. 522 (SDNY), February 2018.
- Conducted a forensic accounting flow of funds analysis for the United States Department of Justice, Southern District of New York related to an alleged scheme to defraud individuals through donations to certain political action groups.
- Conducted a forensic accounting flow of funds analysis for the United States Department of Justice, Southern District of New York related to an alleged scheme to defraud individuals through donations to certain charitable organizations.
- Conducted an analysis of financial records of two individuals for evidence of misappropriation and embezzlement of funds by a fiduciary.
- Analyzed Special Purpose Entities, containing complex financial transaction of dark fiber optic line swaps and sales utilizing various debt and equity financing structures with international financial institutions, telecommunication companies and other SPEs.