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The expert evidence of Steven Ponsonby was relied on in the recent decision of IW & CA Price Constructions Pty Ltd v Australian Building Insurance Services Pty Ltd & Ors  QSC 39. In the decision handed down by Justice Lyons in the Supreme Court o […]
Forensic Accounting Qld Joins Movement to Shine a Spotlight on Fraud
International Fraud Awareness Week kicks off 13 November 2016 worldwide
Fraud costs organisations worldwide an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues, according to a study conducted by the Association of C […]
Forensic Accounting – Family Law
Family law, how can this be connected with the recent Olympics, I hear you say.
When I look back on how many family law matters that our firm has been involved in over the years, I’ve noticed that there often appears […]
Occupational Fraud continues to remain a universal problem faced by all business and government entities against dishonest individuals who have been hired to carry out the organisation’s operations.
Steven Ponsonby, Founding Director of Forensic Accounting QLD advises that fra […]
In a recent interview on employee fraud with Jan McCallum, a freelance journalist, Steven Ponsonby, founding Director of Forensic Accounting Qld was asked why a business owner should engage a specialist when confronted with a possible fraud.
Mr Ponsonby commented t […]
The independent forensic accounting expert report of Steven Ponsonby from Forensic Accounting QLD was pivotal in a case handed down in the District Court of Brisbane.
In the decision of Armstrong & Anor v Alexandra Group Holdings Ltd & Ors  QDC 9 […]
Melissa Emma Jean Ransley, an Office Coordinator of a family run business and a mother of four children was found guilty of one count of fraud in the District Court of Queensland on 16 July 2015 after withdrawing an earlier not guilty plea. The reported judgement of the e […]
EMPLOYEE GUILTY OF 108 COUNTS OF OCCUPATIONAL FRAUD
“Your fraud involved also a considerable degree of deception and a measure of sophistication”. You are now 42 years of age. You have no prior convictions, and it is a sad reality that you have lived […]
The recent Supreme Court decision in Elliott Harvey Securities Ltd v Raynel & Anor is a very timely reminder of the importance of ensuring that an application for setting aside a creditor’s statutory demand within the prescribed time period specified in Section 459G of […]
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