Jim joined EY in 1996 and currently serves as the Deputy Global Leader for the Forensics practice. Prior to this, Jim was the global sector leader of the Forensics practice and has also served as the EMEIA leader. He has over 26 years of experience performing forensic investigations and related assignments.
As part of his work, he has provided informal and formal reports and testimony to regulators, arbitration panels, boards of directors and independent monitors. He is also experienced in assisting financial institutions to address regulatory issues, investigations and litigation.
Jim holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS in Accounting from Fairfield University.
How Jim is building a better working world
“I help governments and global corporations rapidly and effectively respond to alleged fraud or corrupt practices and investigate incidents of wrong-doing. I also work with organizations to help digitize compliance within their business using the latest forensic data analytics. Integrity is at the cornerstone of everything we do to drive greater transparency and ethical conduct in business.”