The boom of the global forensic accounting market 2020 is noticeable by Market Research Future has come into the reading. This foretells that the global forensic accounting market’s overall valuation would get bigger post the pandemic that is calculated to be 8.85 billion by the year 2025. The growth would occur at a pace of 8.2% CAGR owing to the development of the new dynamism, which is making active development in the market’s growth, mainly from the years 2018-2025.
Growth in the historic period resulted from augmented corporate fraudulent activities and the outsourcing of back-end operations to low-cost economies. Factors that negatively exaggerated growth in the historical period were rigorous government policies and political and social instability. Public-private collaborations and technological developments will motive the growth for the forecasted period.
During the historical period, the augmented incidences of fraudulent corporate activities have led to the rise in demand for forensic accounting services. The rising numbers of high-profile frauds and the preventive approach of regulators associated with amendments in-laws were the factors liable for forensic audit becoming an emerging and revenue-generating business for accounting firms. In the case of point, in 2014, about 88 corporate frauds were reported in the USA, out of which 54 were recommended for prosecution, and 79 people were sentenced. Large accounting companies are investing more in their forensic auditing teams. The revelation of frauds committed by financial and non-financial companies has led to numerous changes in the corporate governance of firms around the world, thus driving the demand for forensic audit services as well as the market.
Furthermore, forensic audit services are becoming frequent and widespread in banks and large corporations for improved governance and smooth operations. Public sector and private sector banks execute forensic audits to perceive the accounts which have the potential to become non-performing assets (NPAs). Also, it identifies frauds in these accounts. In the case of point, the Government of India has made fixed for all the state-run banks to perform forensic audits to identify all possible NPAs. Huge corporations also conduct a frequent forensic audit and background checks to ensure their potential CEOs and other top executives to have spotless track records. These are performed by forensic audit firms or executive search firms that conduct forensic background checks.
In 2018, EY was appointed by an Indian multinational company to conduct a forensic audit and background check on its potential candidate for the CEO. The forensic audit report by EY found that the CEO candidate of the company had a track record of fraudulent dealings.
Segmentation of Market
The global forensic accounting market has been further segmented among the segments of component, and end-user.
Depending on the component segment, the forensic accounting market has included solutions and services. The solution segment then includes audit/accounting software, forensic tools/software, and others. The services segment includes additional professional services that are offered by the solution providers, which includes consulting, training, and support services. The solution segment grabbed the largest share in the overall market in the year 2018.
Depending on the end-user segment, the forensic accounting market has included law enforcement agencies, banking and insurance, accounting firms, government, and others. The accounting firms segment might expand at the highest CAGR during the assessment period, 2019–2025.
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