Manchester based RSM Robson Rhodes have appointed David Sowden as director of the forensics service department to head its forensics division in Manchester and the North West.
David joined the firm over 20 years ago and qualified as a chartered accountant in their audit department before transferring to the forensics department 15 years ago to investigate the Maxwell Pension Schemes collapse.
He has worked at the firm’s Leeds and London offices and has considerable experience in audit negligence, fraud and money laundering investigations. Previous work includes assignments for the Serious Fraud Office, The Attorney General of Jersey, National Crime Squad and local and national governmental bodies.
Further building upon his success at RSM Robson Rhodes, his new role will include work on both national and international cases, management of the new forensics team and developing a presence in Manchester.
David comments: “I am very much looking forward to establishing a Manchester based team in forensics. We really want to show our commitment to being in the North West by setting up a dedicated and permanent team in this region.”
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RSM Robson Rhodes LLP is a Limited Liability Partnership. The firm
practices from nine offices in the UK and Ireland, offering a full range of services to the public and private sectors. As the UK member of the world's sixth largest accounting and consultancy organisation, it is able to call upon the skills and experience of more than 20,000 professionals in over 70 countries. RSM Robson Rhodes is registered to carry on audit work by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and is regulated and authorised by the Financial Services Authority for investment business.