Forensic Intern (September 2024 to April 2025)

Job type: Internship

Location: Singapore

Categories: Advisory/Forensics

Job ID: 39


Grant Thornton is a global professional service network of over 73,000 people in 150 markets. Our team in Singapore is growing rapidly and we know this success is made possible by our people. That’s why we make sure our people have the right tools and environment to thrive. 

Each individual at Grant Thornton Singapore is empowered to be themselves within an inclusive team. Our supportive structure gives our people the autonomy to shape their careers and drive positive change in the firm. It’s an exciting time to join us as we grow with organisations of all sizes and industries in Singapore, across the region and in the world.

The team

A fast growing and dynamic team, the Forensic team members share their extensive professional experiences and support one another on projects on and off work in a fast paced and dynamic environment.

The role

We are looking for Interns to be part of our Forensic Advisory Team.


You will be working closely with your team to:

  • render appropriate support on engagements related to forensic advisory engagements
  • conduct research and simple analysis to uncover evidence surrounding financial irregularities and/or fraudulent transactions. The analysis would involve assessment of books and records, examination of transactional documents and other relevant documentation
  • conduct corporate intelligence and background searches on relevant entities to identify business profile and potential relationships
  • support the team members in preparing working papers and document work performed.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Pursuing a degree or diploma in a recognised university or polytechnic
  • Must be able to complete at least 3 months
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to multitask
  • Ability to work with complex and detailed information
  • Good writing and communication skills with good knowledge on Microsoft office
  • Strong interpersonal skills in building rapport and collaborating effectively with others

We are looking for students who can commit from 2 September 2024 to 1 April 2025.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please complete the Job Application Form and indicate 39 in the Job ID field. An email will be sent to you within 10-15 minutes for you to submit your CV/resume. 

We are proud to be an equal opportunity firm where we celebrate what makes our employees unique. We are committed to nurturing our inclusive workplace and strongly encourage people from all backgrounds and walks of life to discover more about us.

Applications for this position are now closed