Lawsuits requiring a finances expert witness can involve any type of industry, as financial transactions and/or details are relevant to all areas of work. Industries utilize finances expert witnesses as a means of keeping track and managing their money.
Finances can be very complex due to the high number of transactions and record keeping required of the field. Since finance can be a volatile area, several unforeseen issues may arise and lead to potential lawsuits. Such issues may include claims and loss damages, economic damages, pension losses, lost wages, patent valuation, business valuation, credit analysis, revenue, royalties, accounts receivable financing, purchase order finance, reserves, investor relations, loans, and mergers and acquisitions, among many other financial situations.
The methods and procedures involved with finance varies between different types of businesses, so financial experts are usually experienced with several specific areas within the field, such as corporate finance, forecasting, banking, investments, asset/liability management, budgeting, auditing, public stock offerings, financial modeling, and real estate-related financial concerns.
Financial experts may be licensed or certified in a number of areas, since their profession requires a background of various skills and training. For example, a finances expert witness can be a certified public accountant, licensed broker, financial advisor, or certified valuation analyst.
The world of finance can be complex due to the high number of details and economic issues. ForensisGroup has been in the business of providing expert witnesses to clients for over twenty years, including the best and most qualified in the financial field. Take the time to browse through our extensive list of experts and submit an expert request form or contact us to find the top expert witnesses in the field.