Aaron joins the practice from BDO, where he spent seven years, initially working in audit before transferring to the forensic department.
A Cambridge graduate, Aaron has worked in BDO’s London and Manchester forensic departments and also spent a year on secondment to the Serious Fraud Office where he worked on a high-profile investigation.
His experience includes investigating allegations of bribery and corruption, fraud and money laundering, loss of profits claims, share purchase agreement disputes, professional negligence claims, share valuations and contentious insolvency investigations.
David Houghton, partner at DSW Bridge Houghton Forensic, said: “We are delighted that Aaron has chosen to join us. He brings a great deal of experience from his time within the forensic department of BDO and will be a fantastic addition to our team as our growth continues.”
DSW Bridge Houghton is part of independent advisory group, Dow Schofield Watts. Aaron’s appointment is the eighth within the group so far this year.
Founding partner James Dow said: “I am delighted that Aaron has joined to help the growth of this very dynamic and ambitious team.”