Frank Esposito is a principal in CRA’s Risk, Investigations & Analytics Practice. He is based in New York and has nearly 15 years of experience providing forensic accounting, auditing, financial analysis, and anti-fraud consulting services to law firms and corporate clients.
Mr. Esposito assists clients and their counsel in conducting complex financial investigations and disputes involving, in part, allegations of financial statement fraud and improprieties, diverse accounting issues, corruption, employee misconduct, Ponzi schemes, misappropriation of assets and revenue recognition issues. He has also led projects involving the assessment and/or enhancement of a company’s fraud risk management program and fraud and corruption risk assessment process.
His expertise also extends to anti-corruption, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and dispute support services for private and public companies, both domestic and international. Mr. Esposito has experience advising and assisting clients with the prevention, detection, and mitigation of fraud and corruption risks faced by organizations. Such experience includes leading targeted large-scale document reviews, fact-finding interviews, transaction testing and various financial analysis, in order to identify suspicious trends, anomalies, outliers, and potential gaps within the organization’s current internal control environment.
He is a certified public accountant (CPA) and certified fraud examiner (CFE). He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Prior to joining CRA, Mr. Esposito was a director in the disputes and investigations practice at Alvarez and Marsal where he focused on leading investigations related to asset misappropriation, employee misconduct, and bribery and corruption. Mr. Esposito began his career at Deloitte in their audit and forensic practices in New York and the Cayman Islands.