Begbies Traynor Group sets up global fraud and risk division

by Kevin Reed

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06 Sep 2010

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Begbies Traynor Group has launched a new forensic accounting and security division.

The newly-created business, BTG Global Risk Partners, integrates the group’s forensic accounting, computer forensic, investigation and security risk practices.

The firm says “the amalgamation of these practices has been designed to enable clients to benefit from a tailored combination of advisory services from this complex range of highly experienced specialists, ensuring that clients’ interests are protected and enhanced, no matter how complex their exposure”.

John Reynard, executive chairman of BTG Global Risk Partners, said: “This launch marks a really exciting milestone in the development of the group’s risk, investigation and forensic offering. The business is now truly international, not only serving its heartland mid market clients, but also its growing list of multi-national, FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 clients.”

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