I've graduated in Finance, Accounting and Management from a reputable institution a few years ago, but decided to go into entrepreneurship instead of finance straight away. My company failed miserably, but this experience led me to discover something about myself: I enjoy turnaround/liquidation activities a lot. I've also been interested in forensic accounting ever since my early days at Uni, so it might constitute another option.
The question to my colleagues here is:
Are those types of accounting/finance activity inherently exclusive, or is it possible to somehow become a credible specialist in both?
Also, I'd love to get input from you regarding sensibility of obtaining ACCA certificate (I'm exempt from half of the exams thanks to my degree). I've been hearing a lot of controversial opinions lately, and would like to know what do the practitioners think about it.
Thank you in advance