Jacklyn Davies, CPA, CA, CFF, DIFA

Jacklyn Davies

Jacklyn Davies , CPA, CA, CFF, DIFA

BC Leader, Forensic and Litigation Support Services

Jacklyn A. Davies, CPA, CA, CFF, DIFA, is a Partner in MNP’s Vancouver office where she leads MNP’s Forensic and Litigation Support Services team in British Columbia.

Jacklyn has more than 30 years of experience in public practice, and has specialized in forensic investigations since 1998. She has conducted significant forensic investigations into allegations of employee misconduct, kickbacks, misappropriation of funds, asset tracing in Canada and in foreign jurisdictions, money laundering and false reporting of financial information. Jacklyn is also proficient in conducting fraud vulnerability reviews where an organization’s exposure to fraud and misconduct are identified. Her clients include financial institutions, major private and publicly held corporations, professional firms, law enforcement, self regulating bodies, First Nations, insurance companies and unions.

A respected leader in her field, Jacklyn has been qualified as an expert in BC Supreme Court. She has also conducted investigations pursued by law enforcement. Her approach to all investigations and reviews is client focused. Working within legal and regulatory requirements, she brings the right technical expertise to resolve complex issues and ensure her clients are well informed.

Jacklyn earned her Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) designation in 1992. She is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada, BC and Ontario.


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