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Football transfers auditor joins Quest board

Quest's forensic head joins the company's board

The forensic accountant in charge of running the rule over FA transfers has
been promoted onto the board of Quest.

Julian Jones, head of Quest’s forensic accounting division, joins the board
having assisted the FA in the audit of the January transfer window – a role he
will replicate over the summer.

Jones is a financial investigations specialist and expert witness. He has
worked on Parmalat, and has been conducting investigations into AIM-listed
companies.

‘Quest is now well positioned to significantly increase market share in
forensic accounting and financial investigations,’ Nigel Layton, MD of Quest.

Further reading:

Profile: Nigel Layton, managing
director of Quest

FA mulls firms for transfer audit

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