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Catch Them Before They Catch You:

  • White Collar criminals rely on deception and the manipulation of trust in order to illegally enrich themselves, often causing severe financial damage to victims. The majority of these frauds are committed by employees, and statistics reveal that less than 10% of perpetrators had been convicted of a previous crime.  
  • To prevent or uncover such cases of white collar fraud, a company requires specialist accountants and financial analysts who possess an intimate understanding of accounting and legal processes.
  • Horwath Forensics is uniquely positioned to offer such specialist services to you and your company. Within our team, we have accumulated substantial experience from extensive financial and forensic accounting investigations across a variety of industries.  

What sets our team apart:

The right person for the job: Attention to detail begins by allocating the right expert to the job. Our fraud squad includes CA’s that enjoy getting their hands dirty.    

Rapid turnaround times: When money is at stake, time is always of the essence. We have the resources required to complete the job in the required time.    

Independence: In a court of law or dispute situation, all parties can count on our complete objectivity and unbiased presentation of the facts.    

Cost Effectiveness: Specialist skills are never cheap, but we have managed to keep costs down and offer clients market leading skills at market leading prices.    

Depth of Experience: Our team’s reputation has been earned both locally and internationally.


Our forensic case experience includes:

Factual and commercial insolvency

Damages calculations

Database analysis

Money laundering

Procurement Fraud

Internal control breakdowns

Misstatement of financial statements

Debtors rolling schemes and billing scams

Alter ego (related party) schemes

Fraudulent transfer of assets

EFT payment fraud

Marital dissolutions

Ponzi schemes 

Horwath Forensics assisted Finweek magazine with regard to their annual investigative report into bank charges. The report incorporates South Africa’s ‘big 4’ retail banks, namely: FNB, Standard Bank, Nedbank and ABSA. 

Horwath Forensics has performed numerous forensic accounting matters for South Africa’s leading firms of attorneys, banks and companies.