A NEW head of forensic accounting, Daniel Djanogly, has been appointed at insolvency firm CVR Global to expand forensic services.
“The firm has a strong vision to continue to expand, and in growing its forensic accounting services as key to the firm’s growth. I’ve known the partners in the firm for many years, and the direction the business is going and its aspirations for the future attracted me to this role and I’m confident it will be a good fit for both parties” said Djanogly.
Djanogly will be working in the London office and also work across the firm’s network of UK and international offices. He joins CVR Global as the firm marks a year in business, and after its recent international office openings in Jersey and the British Virgin Islands.
Daniel Djanogly has more than 20 years of forensic accounting experience based in central London including being a forensic accounting partner at Top 20 accountancy firms, and recently for a global loss adjusting and claims management firm. He is an experienced Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practitioner, a Chartered Arbitrator, and is author of practice guidance for the ICAEW Forensic and Expert Witness Group.
Kevin Murphy, a founding partner of CVR Global added, “Daniel has an excellent track record of providing forensic accounting expertise, expert witness and dispute resolution services, and has strong experience across a range of industries. This is a major appointment for the firm and we’re delighted to welcome Daniel to the team.”
CVR Global launched in August 2015 when the former partners in the business recovery division of Chantrey Vellacott completed a management buy-out of the division. The firm is a member of Geneva Group International (GGI), which has more than 500 members and over 700 member offices.
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