Forensic expert specialising in dispute solutions and litigation support, investigations and forensic advisory services.

Jessica is an experienced forensic accountant, specialising in the provision of investigations and forensic advisory services. She partners with clients to manage fraud risks proactively and reactively, cultivating trusted relationships underpinned by a collaborative focus.

Jessica has led a broad range of investigations that encompass fraud and misconduct in business, reconstruction of accounting and financial records and assessment of transactions that may result in recovery of funds in the context of litigation.

Jessica’s forensic expertise includes: Financial investigations, procurement investigations and risk management; Fraud and employee misconduct investigations, including misappropriation of assets, kick-back payments, bribery and corruption and other corporate fraud; Expert witness and litigation support, including quantification of economic loss or damages; Corporate governance and fraud risk assessments; Consulting and advisory services for financial crime prevention and regulatory remediation; and Dispute advisory, including loss and damage quantification, critique of other experts and expert witness reporting.

More recently, Jessica has partnered with McGrathNicol’s data analytics team in the provision of dynamic and innovative investigations into vast datasets to interrogate and identify fraud risks and anomalous data points in conjunction with the identification of control weaknesses that give rise to potentially fraudulent behaviour.

Qualifications & memberships

  • Associate Member, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

  • Member, CA ANZ

  • Bachelor of Commerce (with merit, with inclusion on the Dean’s Merit List) majoring in Accounting and Finance from Deakin University, Melbourne