They describe NIFA as a national network offering high standards of forensic accountancy work for the Courts and legal profession.
The key to the value of the new service, according to chairman Andrew Knight, is the NIFA pedigree. 'The founder members have spent 12 months developing the service, standardising procedures, and getting NIFA and its panellists ready for this launch. We genuinely want our forensic accountancy to be beyond all question.'
'We have even appointed our own external, independent 'auditor' to ensure that we consistently deliver the high standards we have set.'
He added: 'The recent changes to this country's legal system means that everyone involved in a case must be sure of the evidence right from the start - including the accountancy evidence. When the expert financial witness is NIFA approved the uncertainty of selecting the right person is removed - NIFA has done that already.'
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