Adam is a forensic accountant, registered auditor, Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a member of the Academy of Experts and Expert Witness Institute.
He has been involved in forensic accounting, expert witness and litigation support work for more than 25 years, receiving instructions from solicitors on a wide range of matters.
He has given oral evidence in the High Court and before the family court and has acted for claimants, defendants and as a single joint expert, preparing reports for court, meeting experts to prepare joint statements and assisting counsel where appropriate.
Adam’s outstanding knowledge and experience was recognised by Lawyer Monthly magazine in 2017 when he won the Expert Witness Award. Adam is also a former UK Forensic Expert of the Year.
John Brace is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, a member of the Academy of Experts, the Expert Witness Institute and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
He became involved in forensic accounting almost 30 year ago. This stemmed from undertaking expert witness assignments predominantly in matrimonial cases frequently requiring investigation into missing assets and undisclosed income.
John’s work widened to include accountants’ professional negligence, partnership and shareholder disputes and construction-related matters, the latter reflecting his 15 years’ experience in the construction industry.
John was a member of the Council of the Association of Chartered the Certified Accountants (ACCA) for nine years and served as President in its centenary year. He has contributed to the development of the accounting profession in the UK and Europe through membership of ACCA, FRC and FEE committees. He currently sits on the ACCA Global Forum for Audit and Assurance.
John has given evidence in County Court, the High Court in London, Magistrates Court, Crown Court, the Central Criminal Court and Tax Tribunals. He has also given evidence before the then Trade and Industry Committee.
Emma obtained a BSc Combined Honours in Business Administration and Psychology from Aston University and joined Menzies Chartered Accountants after graduation. She became a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales in 1997.
Emma joined Deloitte in 1998 and initially worked in Deloitte’s Audit and Business Services Group and in 2000 transferred to Deloitte’s Forensic & Dispute Service Group, becoming a Senior Manager in that team. In 2006, Emma left Deloitte to join Monitor (Independent Regulator of NHS Foundation Trust) where she carried out financial due diligence n NHS trusts. Emma joined Harwood Hutton in 2012 where she is a Forensic Services Executive.
Amandeep is a chartered accountant in Harwood Hutton’s Corporate Finance and Forensic team. She joined Mazars LLP in 2013 and specialised in Corporation Tax with a focus on Small and Medium Sized Entities. In 2016, she left Mazars LLP to join Harwood Hutton