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Once a forensic accountant (e.g., Cr.FA, CFE, CFFA) is engaged, Michael Kessler says that they should not be disruptive. Most employees are not aware that an investigation is taking place. We go in as just another set of auditors, favoring a Columbo-esque investigative style. “We don’t wear special windbreakers that say ‘forensic accountant.’”

Source: Eric Krell, “Will Forensic Accounting Go Mainstream?” Business Finance Journal, October 2002, pp. 30-34. www.investigation.com/articles/library/2002Articles/15.htm

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