Peter Woglom is a vice president with CRA’s Risk, Investigations & Analytics Practice, based in New York.
Mr. Woglom has over 25 years of experience supporting clients’ intelligence needs in the context of pre-transaction due diligence, complex investigations, litigation support, and multi-jurisdictional asset tracing assignments. Mr. Woglom has worked regularly with financial institutions, private equity clients, and multi-national corporates on engagements where gathering intelligence was critical to achieving strategic objectives, mitigating reputational risks, or connecting the dots to identify instances and patterns of fraud and abuse.
He has played a key advisory role supporting clients to assess complex transactional and geopolitical risks in both developing and developed markets. Mr. Woglom has published articles and presented at conferences regarding the role of corporate intelligence in asset tracing and recovery. His asset tracing experience has run the gamut of assisting creditor committees seeking to recover misappropriated assets to working on large multinational exercises for foreign sovereigns.
Prior to CRA, Mr. Woglom was Managing Director with BDO’s Investigative Due Diligence practice where he led the team’s pre-IPO due diligence work and also led the team’s research efforts to support a long-running sanctions monitorship assignment focused on Asia. Previously Mr. Woglom was with Exiger Diligence where he was both the leader for the firm’s capital markets due diligence practice while also leading the firm’s more in-depth intelligence gathering assignments requiring expertise from in-country sources for a variety of private equity, banking, and corporate clients.
Peter joined Exiger Diligence from Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP and worked previously as a Director at Control Risks. He began his investigations career at Kroll.
Peter graduated with an MBA from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Claremont McKenna College.