Financial Forensic Services for Internal Investigations
In this chapter of the book The Comprehensive Guide to Economic Damages, authors Peter Resnick and Greg Naviloff provide an overview of: White-collar crimes...
Peter leads high profile engagements in the areas of fraud investigation, business damages, and valuation.
He leads CRA’s national Forensic Accounting Solution and has significant experience in corporate investigations, government initiated investigations, forensic analysis, regulated matters, accounting, valuation, and fraud investigations. He has more than 25 years of experience working with highly regarded law firms throughout the country, large global companies as well as middle-market public and privately held entities.
Peter has worked across a wide range of industries including life sciences, technology, telecommunications, manufacturing, distribution, insurance, and higher education. He has provided expert testimony and analysis at trials, arbitrations, and mediation proceedings. Further, he regularly serves as a neutral arbitrator in post-acquisition disputes. He holds certifications as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), and is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
Peter speaks regularly at industry events as well as guest lectures at the Isenberg School of Management Graduate Accounting Program on methods and approaches to fraud investigations. He authored a chapter entitled “Financial Forensics Services” for Internal Investigations in The Comprehensive Guide to Economic Damages, Third and Fourth Editions.
Prior to joining CRA, Peter served as the co-national leader of a nationally recognized financial consulting firm, and as the New England Managing Partner for Grant Thornton, as well as its co-national leader of investigations.
Mr. Resnick was recognized by Who’s Who Legal as a Global Leader for “Experts – Forensic Accounting 2020” and “Investigations Forensic Accountants 2020,” and as a “Thought Leader – GIR – Investigations Forensic Accountants 2020.”