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Financial Advisory Services Key Professionals

Our professionals possess deep knowledge and specialized experience in forensic accounting, litigation support and valuation. Wherever you are or whatever your needs, we can put together the right team of experienced professionals to help you address your challenges and opportunities.

Michael Braverman
Forensic Accounting
Dispute Advisory

Gregory Cowhey
Forensic Accounting
Dispute Advisory

Joe Decilveo
Forensic Accounting
Dispute Advisory

Chris Ekimoff
Forensic Accounting
Dispute Advisory

Chris Fitzgerald
Dispute Advisory
Forensic Accounting
Restructuring and Bankruptcy

Mitch Hirsh
Forensic Accounting
Dispute Advisory

Kesh Iyer
Valuation

Brad Koranda
Dispute Advisory
Valuation

Chris LaDue
Valuation

Jay Loudermilk
Valuation

Suzanne Marra
Valuation

Leo Munoz
Dispute Advisory
Forensic Accounting
Restructuring and Bankruptcy

Ron Nahass
Dispute Advisory
Forensic Accounting
Valuation

Greg Naviloff
Forensic Accounting
Dispute Advisory

Becky Yang O’Malley
Forensic Accounting
Dispute Advisory

Scott Richter
Dispute Advisory
Forensic Accounting

Maryellen Sebold
Dispute Advisory
Forensic Accounting
Restructuring and Bankruptcy

Steve Sprenger
Valuation

Kevin Vannucci
Valuation

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Michael Braverman

Partner

Areas of focus: Forensic AccountingDispute AdvisoryValuation

New York, NY
michael.braverman@rsmus.com

Michael Braverman, CPA, CFE, CGMA has more than 30 years of experience leading teams to conduct forensic accounting, fraud and regulatory investigations; to provide financial statement audits and to assist companies with financial statement restatements. He has served as an expert witness, consultant or arbitrator in connection with complex commercial litigation, white collar defense, purchase price and post-acquisition disputes, auditor or professional malpractice and matters involving alleged financial misconduct.

Mike’s clients have included law firms, global organizations, start-up ventures, private equity and investment funds and government entities. He has experience in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, pharmaceutical, technology, entertainment, professional sports teams and leagues, real estate, construction, financial services and hospitality. Earlier in his career Mike was an audit and transaction advisory services partner at international accounting firms serving multinational and domestic entities.

PROFESSIONAL INSIGHTS

The role of a consulting expert in financial litigation

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The role of a consulting expert in financial litigation

Litigation consulting experts work behind the scenes advising counsel and applying forensic accounting to provide case-relevant guidance.

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Gregory Cowhey

Principal

Areas of focus: Forensic AccountingDispute AdvisoryBusiness Valuation

Philadelphia, PA
gregory.cowhey@rsmus.com

Gregory Cowhey, ASA, CVA, has more than 25 years of experience providing forensic accounting, fraud investigation, business valuation and litigation support services for individuals, closely held companies, medium to large public and private corporations, government agencies, banks, attorneys and accounting firms. He is regularly retained to provide professional advisory services for a variety of engagement needs including economic damages analysis, financial and fraud investigations and expert testimony.

Gregory has provided expert testimony in trials in U.S. Federal Court, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, and state courts. In addition, he has frequently been appointed by Special Masters and judges to serve as the “court’s expert” in business and intangible asset valuation disputes in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. He is also retained to serve as an arbitrator in disputes involving valuation, economic damages, purchase accounting and other areas of financial specialization.

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Joseph Decilveo

Financial Advisory Services Partner

Areas of focus: Forensic AccountingDispute AdvisoryValuation

New York, NY
joe.decilveo@rsmus.com

Joe Decilveo, CPA, has more than 25 years of professional experience providing financial consulting services to some of the largest companies in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. He assists clients in high profile commercial disputes, forensic accounting investigations, fraud and white collar defense matters and has worked with many well-known law firms in the U.S.

Specifically, Joe has consulted with clients responding to whistleblower allegations relating to financial statement fraud, SEC, DOJ and state AG investigations, post-acquisition purchase price disputes, royalty matters, unauthorized and illegal foreign and domestic disbursements, and court orders resulting from regulatory investigations.

Professional Insights

WHITE PAPER

Global Corruption Law Compliance Survey

RSM recently gathered feedback from leading middle-market executives as part of its 2016 Global Corruption Law Compliance Survey.

INSIGHT ARTICLE

Key C-suite considerations for crisis cash management

The COVID-19 pandemic has created the need for companies to understand their sources and uses of cash as an immediate priority.

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Using cash dashboards and projections to handle COVID-19

With a cash management dashboard and projection mechanism in place, companies can leverage more accurate and dynamic financial information.

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Chris Ekimoff

Director

Areas of focus: Forensic AccountingDispute Advisory

Washington, D.C.
chris.ekimoff@rsmus.com

Chris Ekimoff, CPA, CFF, CFE, CGMA, has significant experience providing litigation consulting and forensic accounting services, including performing internal investigations, evaluating financial reporting methods, responding to allegations of accounting and auditing malpractice, and addressing other complex finance and accounting issues. Chris leads engagements regarding SEC financial reporting matters, public company restatements, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations and corporate compliance. Additionally, he has developed and overseen the implementation of fraud risk management programs, as well as performed internal investigations for companies in a variety of industries, including financial services, construction, hospitality, manufacturing and technology. Chris has experience with matters including revenue recognition issues, audit malpractice claims, alleged SEC reporting violations, complex GAAP and GAAS accounting policy issues, whistleblower allegations and mortgage-backed securities litigation.

Chris participates in various capacities with the AICPA, the Virginia Society of CPAs and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Network for Victim Recovery in DC (NVRDC), a nonprofit organization providing counsel and legal services to victims of crime in Washington, DC.

PROFESSIONAL INSIGHTS

Limiting SEC disgorgement

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Limiting SEC disgorgement

Following the recent disgorgement decision in SEC v. Liu, we explore how courts may determine how “legitimate expenses” are calculated.

Criminal acts alleging crypto related crime expected to rise in 2021

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Criminal acts alleging crypto related crime expected to rise in 2021

Experts expect more cryptocurrency-related crimes, and the regulatory and enforcement environment is evolving in an attempt to keep pace.

Fraud considerations in the Paycheck Protection Program

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Fraud considerations in the Paycheck Protection Program

Given the lack of due diligence executed for each PPP application, it’s likely there will be a number of violations uncovered in the future.

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Chris Fitzgerald

Director

Areas of focus: Dispute AdvisoryForensic AccountingRestructuring and Bankruptcy

New York, NY
chris.fitzgerald@rsmus.com

Chris Fitzgerald, CFE, CIRA has over 10 years of business advisory experience focusing on corporate investigations, litigation support, asset tracing and bankruptcy and insolvency consulting. He is the national leader of data analytics and forensic technology for RSM’s financial investigations and disputes advisory practice. In this role, he is frequently tasked with supervising teams to construct databases from various client systems, develop customized analytics approaches and prepare dynamic dashboards and visualizations to present findings to stakeholders.

Chris has led engagements with public, private, nonprofit and government organizations, performing domestic and international investigations, fraud and corruption risk management and controls improvement projects, anti-money laundering investigations, and damages calculations. He has consulted on a number of high-profile litigation and arbitration matters and has testified as an expert witness in federal court.

Professional Insights

5 leading technology-driven techniques used to investigate fraud

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5 leading technology-driven techniques used to investigate fraud

Learn the five technology and analytics tools that can help organizations advance fraud detection while minimizing costs.

  • Chris Fitzgerald, Leo Munoz, Rita Baker
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  • July 08, 2021
The reality for retail: Bankruptcy as a strategic option for survival

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The reality for retail: Bankruptcy as a strategic option for survival

As retail bankruptcies persist, companies must understand the impact of bankruptcy as a strategic option for both the business and partners.

  • Chris Fitzgerald
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  • September 28, 2020
5 considerations if your client files for bankruptcy

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5 considerations if your client files for bankruptcy

Companies must minimize financial exposure and maximize their potential recoveries if their business clients face bankruptcy.

  • Chris Fitzgerald
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  • September 15, 2020

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Mitch Hirsh

Partner

Areas of focus: Forensic AccountingDispute Advisory

Chicago, IL
mitchell.hirsh@rsmus.com

Mitchell Hirsh, CPA, CIRA, CDBV, CFF, has more than 25 years of experience providing complex litigation consulting, bankruptcy and insolvency services, and conducting fraud and forensic accounting investigations. He has served as financial advisor, forensic accountant, litigation consultant and as an expert witness to bankruptcy trustees, official committees of unsecured creditors, corporations, lenders, shareholders and other parties in interest. Mitchell has provided support in matters including the analysis of business operations, feasibility, financial restructuring, fraud, whistleblower investigations, corporate acquisition disputes, preferential and fraudulent transfer actions, business valuation, contract disputes, business damage analysis, cash flow modeling, and forecasting. Mitchell has testified as an expert witness in a number of litigation matters in federal court, state court and in alternative dispute resolution settings.

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Kesh Iyer

Principal

Areas of focus: Valuation

Washington, DC
kesh.iyer@rsmus.com

Kesh Iyer, ASA, CM&AA, has over 20 years of experience leading, managing and performing valuation consulting engagements for a variety of purposes including financial reporting, tax reporting, sales and acquisitions, shareholder disputes, marital dissolution, ESOP, stock option pricing, and S-corporation elections. He is a senior valuation consultant skilled in estimating the value of equity ownership interests (common and preferred securities), intangible assets and fixed income instruments of private and public companies of varying sizes and complexity. He is also a qualified expert witness with testimonial experience related to valuation matters in deposition, arbitration and trial environments.

Professional Insights

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Key considerations in valuing a privately held government contractor

M&A activity with government contractors is rising so companies need to arrive at correct valuations for privately held acquisition targets.

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Brad Koranda

Partner

Areas of focus: Dispute AdvisoryValuation

Minneapolis, MN
Brad.koranda@rsmus.com

Brad Koranda, CPA, CFF, ABV has more than 10 years of experience providing expert testimony and damage calculations related to complex commercial litigation, intellectual property infringement litigation, lost profits, commercial damages, insurance coverage disputes, business disputes, and valuation disputes. He has also performed numerous corporate investigations and engagements related to misappropriation of assets working in conjunction with various clients, counsel, insurance providers and governmental entities. Brad also works with numerous public and private clients on valuation-related issues connected to financial reporting, estate and gift tax, transaction advisory and strategic planning. He has significant experience with SEC registrants and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) providing advisory and professional services to publicly traded companies as well as responding to inquiries from the SEC and PCAOB.

PROFESSIONAL INSIGHTS

Intellectual property disputes: Understanding how to calculate damages

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Intellectual property disputes: Understanding how to calculate damages

Learn the various remedies available in different types of intellectual property disputes and key considerations when calculating damages.

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Valuation issues in dissenting shareholder cases

Learn how the definition of fair value and case law in numerous jurisdictions affects valuation issues in dissenting shareholder cases.

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Christopher LaDue

Principal

Areas of focus: Valuation

Boston, MA
christopher.ladue@rsmus.com

Chris LaDue has more than 25 years of experience providing valuation and financial advisory services to clients in the high technology and life sciences industries, working with companies from venture-funded start-ups through mature public companies, and is a leading member of RSM’s technology and life sciences industry practices. Chris has performed valuations of businesses, business interests, financial instruments and derivative securities, and intangible assets and intellectual property for a variety of purposes, including: financial and tax reporting; corporate tax planning and restructuring; mergers, acquisitions and recapitalizations; bankruptcy; gift and estate tax planning; intellectual property transfers and licensing; and litigation support and dispute resolution. He has prepared fairness and solvency opinions, and conducted financial due diligence for certain leveraged buyout transactions, and has advised early stage companies on business plan preparation, private placement funding initiatives, acquisitions, and initial public offerings (IPOs).

Professional Insights

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Does the new AICPA guidance affect your equity?

Many funds have relied on the current value method for valuing their portfolios, but the new AICPA guidance may challenge that approach.

AICPA guidance focuses on measuring fair value of portfolio companies

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AICPA guidance focuses on measuring fair value of portfolio companies

Learn what private equity/venture capital funds, investment companies need to know about accounting and valuation of portfolio companies.

Valuation needs in the life sciences industry are anything but generic

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Valuation needs in the life sciences industry are anything but generic

This case study focuses on the importance of a deep understanding in life sciences company valuations. Learn more.

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Jay Loudermilk

Partner

Areas of focus: Valuation

Indianapolis, IN
jay.loudermilk@rsmus.com

Jay Loudermilk, CPA, has been advising companies on valuation and finance-related issues for more than 20 years.  Jay primarily consults for financial reporting, management planning, and tax planning and reporting purposes.  He brings significant experience valuing intellectual property, intangible assets and liabilities.  In addition, he also values business enterprises and securities such as equities, debt, preferred stock, and options and derivatives.  Representative samples of his experience include:

  • A purchase price allocation under ASC805 – Business Combinations for a multi-billion dollar acquisition in the medical devices industry.  The analysis included (1) assistance with preparing the pre-announcement estimate of EPS; (2) valuations of intellectual property and other intangible assets; and (3) a “push down” of equity and asset values to dozens of legal entities globally.
  • Valuing the equity investments owned by a U.S. subsidiary in compliance with their parent company’s fair value requirements under IFRS 9.

PROFESSIONAL INSIGHTS

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Assessing the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on investment valuations

Portfolio managers of investment companies are considering the impact of COVID-19 and economic conditions on their March 2020 valuations.

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Does the new AICPA guidance affect your equity?

Many funds have relied on the current value method for valuing their portfolios, but the new AICPA guidance may challenge that approach.

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Suzanne Marra

Partner

Areas of focus: Valuation

Chicago, IL
suzanne.marra@rsmus.com

Suzanne has more than 26 years of financial advisory experience focused on valuations. She leads RSM’s financial institution valuation team and is the financial services industry champion for the firm’s Great Lakes region. Suzanne also serves as a valuation specialist on audit teams for fair value matters, including ASC 805 (business combinations), ASC 820 (fair value) and ASC 350 (intangibles – goodwill and other).

Suzanne has a great deal of experience in financial institutions valuation matters, including equity, loan portfolios, intangible assets, deposits and borrowings, and trust preferred securities. She also has valuation experience in a number of other industries, including financial services, manufacturing, distribution, and business and professional services. Her work includes performing valuations for mergers and acquisitions, income tax planning and compliance, estate and gift tax planning and compliance, business planning and corporate restructuring.

Professional insights

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Assessing the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on investment valuations

Portfolio managers of investment companies are considering the impact of COVID-19 and economic conditions on their March 2020 valuations.

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Leo Munoz

Director

Areas of focus: Dispute AdvisoryForensic AccountingRestructuring and Bankruptcy

San Antonio, TX
leo.munoz@rsmus.com

Leo Munoz, CPA/CFF, CFE, has more than 25 years of experience in corporate finance and accounting, IPO/SEC reporting, merger and acquisitions and auditing in addition to his work in forensic accounting and litigation support. Leo has served as both a testifying and consulting expert in litigation matters (civil and criminal). Leo’s experience includes conducting investigations relating to corporate embezzlement schemes, misappropriation of assets, financial statement and accounting fraud, trust and estate disputes, hidden assets, breaches of contract and regulatory actions. In litigation matters, Leo has issued numerous expert reports pertaining to lost profits, financial/economic damage calculations and finance/accounting matters (initial and rebuttal reports). Additionally, Leo and his team have been involved in bankruptcy proceedings assisting corporate debtors with bankruptcy financial reporting requirements and claims reconciliations.

PROFESSIONAL INSIGHTS

5 leading technology-driven techniques used to investigate fraud

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5 leading technology-driven techniques used to investigate fraud

Learn the five technology and analytics tools that can help organizations advance fraud detection while minimizing costs.

As catastrophes mount, interruption insurance worth consideration

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As catastrophes mount, interruption insurance worth consideration

As American businesses continue digging out from devastating hurricanes, many company owners are exploring business interruption insurance.

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Practical steps to control kickback risks

Kickback schemes often go undetected for years. Learn steps your organization can take today to protect against this type of fraud.

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Ron Nahass

Director

Areas of focus: Dispute AdvisoryValuationForensic Accounting

New York, New York
Ronald.nahass@rsmus.com

Ronald Nahass, CFE, ASA, MBA has more than eleven years of experience of progressive financial consulting expertise. Ron provides valuations and damage calculations related to complex commercial litigation, intellectual property infringement litigation, lost profits, commercial damages, business and valuation disputes. He has also performed corporate investigations and engagements related to financial crimes, asset misappropriation and other complex disputes working in conjunction with various clients, counsel and private equity groups. Ron has advised numerous public and private clients on valuation and forensic-related issues connected to financial reporting, transaction advisory, estate and gift tax, financial modeling, business analytics and strategic planning.

Professional Insights

10 questions every board should ask of its athletics department

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10 questions every board should ask of its athletics department

Learn key questions a college or university should ask to help mitigate the risks and potential reputational harm from a corruption scandal.

Family office document retention: FAQs about how to manage risk

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Family office document retention: FAQs about how to manage risk

These FAQs help family offices take a look at document management and retention practices, policies, technology systems and procedures.

NCAA opens the door to name, image and likeness compensation

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NCAA opens the door to name, image and likeness compensation

With the NCAA opening the door to name, image and likeness compensation, there are several key considerations for schools and athletes.

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Greg Naviloff

Principal

Areas of focus: Forensic AccountingDispute Advisory

Boston, MA
Greg.naviloff@rsmus.com

Greg Naviloff, CPA, CFF,CFE, ABV, has extensive experience assisting clients with management and testing of compliance programs, responses to whistleblower and regulatory inquiries and analysis of complex business disputes. Greg provides corporate forensic investigation services, anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance, fraud risk management services, third party due diligence/audits, financial restatement services, controls improvement projects and dispute and litigation support services to law firms, private equity firms, non-profit and multi-national organizations in a broad range of industries (with significant experience in life sciences and health care). Greg has experience preparing expert reports related to forensic accounting and economic damages and routinely manages computer forensic, business intelligence, electronic discovery, advanced data analytic, forensic accounting and valuation resources to assist clients in the timely resolution of sensitive and urgent issues located in the United States and abroad.

Professional Insights

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Understanding the DOJ’s new guidance for corporate compliance programs

Read RSM’s summary of incremental recommendations to corporate compliance programs based on DOJ’s recently issued guidance.

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Evaluating your organization’s ability to pay settlement fines

When it comes to establishing an inability to pay claim, it is vital to seek accounting experts that can speak to future performance.

NCAA opens the door to name, image and likeness compensation

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NCAA opens the door to name, image and likeness compensation

With the NCAA opening the door to name, image and likeness compensation, there are several key considerations for schools and athletes.


 

Becky Yang O’Malley

Director

Areas of focus: Forensic AccountingDispute Advisory

Los Angeles, CA
becky.omalley@rsmus.com

Becky Yang O’Malley, CFE, leverages over 15 years of consulting experience to provide forensic accounting, finance and economic analyses for civil and criminal litigation matters, and fraud investigations, including breach of contract, class actions, partnership disputes, intellectual property matters, government contracts, fraudulent conveyances and employee embezzlement. Having been involved in numerous engagements, she is knowledgeable in a wide range of industries including construction, real estate, manufacturing, health care, media and entertainment. Becky is well-versed in the calculation of economic damages, the preparation of findings reports and the evaluation of damages claims submitted by opposing counsel. She has provided deposition and trial testimony on the approach, foundation and quantification of damages and works directly with counsel to prepare cross examination questions and develop trial exhibits.

PROFESSIONAL INSIGHTS

Conducting internal fraud investigations in a remote environment

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Conducting internal fraud investigations in a remote environment

Learn practical steps for conducting an internal fraud investigation in the new remote work environment triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Selecting the right damages expert witness for your case

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Selecting the right damages expert witness for your case

A good financial damages expert understands their role and can be the lynchpin of your case if you choose the right one.

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Scott Richter

Senior Director

Areas of focus: Dispute AdvisoryForensic Accounting

New York, NY
scott.richter@rsmus.com

Scott Richter, CPA, CFE, CFF, has more than 20 years of experience in corporate finance, consulting and auditing in addition to his work in forensic accounting and litigation consulting. He provides his clients with a unique perspective into matters regarding U.S. GAAP and SEC reporting, as well as assessments of internal accounting practices and controls. Scott’s experience includes conducting investigations relating to financial statement fraud, embezzlement, CPA malpractice, restatement of financial statements, breaches of contract and regulatory actions. Scott has also served as a neutral accountant and arbitrator in post-acquisition disputes. His clients have included public and private companies in industries such as manufacturing, media, retail, professional and financial services, and investment banking.

Professional Insights

Hiring an accounting arbitrator for a post-acquisition dispute

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Hiring an accounting arbitrator for a post-acquisition dispute

The process of hiring an accounting arbitrator is not as straightforward as some M&A agreements may depict. Learn the key considerations.

The evolving world of fraud

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The evolving world of fraud

As technology evolves fraud schemes also evolve, becoming more sophisticated. Learn how data analytics can help combat this fraud evolution.

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Maryellen Sebold

Partner

Areas of focus: Dispute AdvisoryForensic AccountingRestructuring and Bankruptcy

Los Angeles, CA
maryellen.sebold@rsmus.com

Maryellen Sebold, CPA, CIRA, CFF, has more than 28 years of experience in the areas of forensic accounting and fraud investigations, litigation consulting, bankruptcy and corporate restructuring. She has led teams in the development of strategies specific to complex financial fraud matters and internal investigations of public and private companies. Maryellen has performed investigations into allegations of fraud and mismanagement including preparing and evaluating employee dishonesty and fidelity bond claims. She has been involved in investigating misappropriation of assets, Ponzi schemes, and financial statement irregularities, as well as evaluating alter-ego issues. Maryellen is experienced in calculating economic damages, evaluating shareholder and partnership disputes, and analyzing budget overruns.

She has been designated as an expert witness and has testified in numerous trials, depositions and arbitrations, applying her specialized knowledge to a wide range of industries, including construction, entertainment, health care, insurance, manufacturing, publishing, real estate, securities and transportation. In the bankruptcy arena, Maryellen has worked with trustees and creditors' committees as a financial advisor in Chapter 7 and 11 matters and with bank syndications in efforts to restructure multimillion-dollar loans made to failing companies.

PROFESSIONAL INSIGHTS

The forensic accountant’s role in bankruptcy and distressed situations

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The forensic accountant’s role in bankruptcy and distressed situations

The need for forensic accountants to investigate the financial distress caused by the pandemic will grow in the post-pandemic environment.

Selecting the right damages expert witness for your case

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Selecting the right damages expert witness for your case

A good financial damages expert understands their role and can be the lynchpin of your case if you choose the right one.

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Steve Sprenger

Principal

Areas of focus: Valuation

Denver, CO
steve.sprenger@rsmus.com

Steve Sprenger has more than 20 years of experience providing valuation and financial advisory services to energy and mining companies. Steve has significant experience in energy and mining valuation matters and has performed numerous analyses for acquisition, divestiture, financial reporting, financing, litigation, restructuring and tax purposes. His experience includes:

  • Valuing numerous multimillion/billion dollar investments and operations, including oil and gas reserves; pipeline assets; refining, marketing, and transportation assets; chemical plants; power generation and distribution assets (thermal, hydro, nuclear, biomass, wind and solar); as well as coal, precious metals, base metals and aggregates mining operations located throughout the world.
  • Performing crucial SEC valuations on behalf of a senior international gold mining company.
  • Developing and defended complex tax valuations on behalf of a major integrated oil company and a major multinational coal company.

Professional Insights

INSIGHT ARTICLE

Understanding oil and gas insolvency issues

With insolvency proceedings on the rise, it’s important to understand the critical oil and gas questions to be addressed and evaluated.

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The oilfield services and equipment industry: Seven key value drivers

Identify the seven key value drivers that should be considered when evaluating an oilfield services and equipment company.

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Kevin Vannucci

Partner

Areas of focus: Valuation

New York, NY
kevin.vannucci@rsmus.com

Kevin Vannucci, ASA/IA, ABV/CPA, has prepared over 1,300 business valuation reports for clients in many different industries including manufacturing, distribution, technology, construction, consumer products, food and beverage and professional services.

He has performed engagements regarding estate and gift issues of equity interests, built-in gain analysis, fair value for financial reporting purposes, warrant/ option valuations, financial planning and strategic advisory services, purchase price allocations, and valuation of intangible assets such as patents, trademarks, technology, in-process research and development, and non-compete agreements. He also provides litigation support and has been engaged to quantify lost profits and monetary damages, including breach of contract and product liability cases. Kevin has testified in federal, state and local courts and was recently awarded the American Society of Appraisers’ Intangible Asset designation.

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