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Location: Southwestern Ontario (Windsor, London, Waterloo, Hamilton, St. Catharines, Oakville)
KPMG Forensic helps uncover the facts and create clarity when people and organizations do not agree, or where financial and business behaviour does not comply with expectations. Our professionals can offer support after an incident to help our clients investigate allegations of fraud and misconduct, quantify losses in a commercial dispute, provide expert witness services, and recover damages. We also get involved before any incident has occurred - to help address exploitable weaknesses in corporate processes and systems. Our national team includes investigative accountants, business valuators, analysts, forensic technology experts, former police officers and others with specialized skills.
This highly specialized group will give you a unique opportunity to be exposed to a fast-paced specialization that will allow you to combine your accounting and/or audit knowledge with your forensic and investigative skills and leverage data analytic tools and techniques. The variety of assignments will provide you with the opportunity to gain exposure to many interesting and challenging situations. As KPMG is committed to capability development and continuous learning, this role provides an exceptional opportunity for both formal and hands-on training. You will assist in investigations, quantification of damages, fraud risk management, business valuations, litigation support, data analytics support, insurance claims quantification and similar assignments in both the public and private sector with a focus on learning the required skills and knowledge to progress in this dynamic and growing specialization.LI-LM1
What you will do:
The successful candidate will be responsible for:
Assisting in new client evaluation, engagement acceptance and related risk management practices.
Working closely with Managers and Sr Managers in providing client service and carrying out the day-to-day field work on a variety of assignments. This includes achieving quality and timeliness of working papers and deliverables. The candidate will often be responsible for managing several engagements at one time.
Performing detailed and often complex financial analysis.
Assisting with interviews of individuals who have knowledge of, or are allegedly involved in, fraud or misconduct or other engagement related matters.
Preparing file documentation and ensuring appropriate document management.
Sharing in the administrative tasks related to the operation of KPMG Forensic.
What you bring to this role:
A successful candidate will possess the following skills and behaviours:
1-3 years of professional experience in an accounting and/or auditing role.
Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation required (or successful completion of Common Final Exam (CFE).
Good interpersonal and organizational skills.
The ability to work independently with minimal supervision, as well as working collaboratively with a team.
Experience with various data analytics and forensic technology tools such as Alteryx, Tableau, Power BI, Relativity and others is an asset.
Willingness to pursue further designations/certifications such as Chartered Business Valuator, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified in Financial Forensics.
Chartered Business Valuator designation obtained or in process is an asset.
Bilingual in French and English is an asset.
Ability to obtain Government of Canada Security Clearance
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As this role requires occasional or consistent attendance at a KPMG office, the successful candidate must be fully vaccinated (i.e. have received all doses that are recommended by Health Canada, including any boosters) and must provide KPMG with proof of vaccination. KPMG will provide reasonable accommodation if the successful candidate cannot be vaccinated due to grounds protected by human rights legislation in their province of employment.
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