BusinessPeople In BusinessHindson to head up Kingston Smith’s forensic operation

Hindson to head up Kingston Smith's forensic operation

New forensic head plans to cash in on heightened litigation activity post credit crunch

One of the UK’s top 20 accounting firms has appointed a new head for its
forensic accounting team.

Moria Hindson, who has 18 years experience in forensic accountancy, is to
head up the Kingston Smith
team.

‘I plan to work closely with other partners and members of the team to build
on the excellent reputation of the forensic department. With the anticipated
increase in litigation activity in the wake of the credit crunch fiasco, the
Kingston Smith forensic team is looking forward to a busy time ahead,’ said
Hindson.

She has been an expert in numerous assignments involving allegations of
negligence against auditors and accountants.

Hindson has worked on cases involving quantification of lost profits from
contractual disputes or breach of contract, particularly within the construction
industry.

She has also acted as an expert in defamation actions, shareholder and
partnership disputes and in matrimonial and other proceedings involving the
valuation of privately owned companies.

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