Kyla Curley, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, has more than 17 years of experience in forensic accounting and complex business litigation. She has conducted and led investigations on a broad range of matters, including revenue recognition, reserve manipulation, accounting for stock options, the misapplication of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“GAAP”), asset misappropriation, violations of the False Claims Act (“FCA”), as well as other financial statement misstatements.
She has led and participated in various engagements involving the tracing of cash and other assets, as well as accounting record reconstruction projects for clients ranging from individuals and their estates to large multinational entities.
Kyla has also led engagements and consults with clients on complex business litigation matters, including lost profits and business interruption claims, purchase price disputes, construction claims, royalty audits, partnership equity allocations, and other special audits and investigations.
She has experience across a range of industries, including construction, manufacturing, computer hardware and software, technology, healthcare, medical devices and retail.
Kyla began her career in the Dispute Consulting and Financial Advisory Services practices of Deloitte.
Kyla is a Certified Public Accountant (licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts) and is Certified in Financial Forensics.
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Q: Why is the culture at StoneTurn so important to you?
There are jobs and trades, and then there are careers. A career is an individual’s journey through learning, work and other aspects of life. A career infiltrates one’s life, both financially and personally. My trade is as an experienced financial forensic investigator; my career is StoneTurn. Not only do I love what I do—I like to believe that in some way I make a positive difference for our clients and others—but I love where I do it and with whom I do it. Underpinning every aspect of StoneTurn’s culture and ethos are the people. StoneTurn is a team of unique individuals with a common purpose: to effectively and efficiently help our clients using the collective abilities of StoneTurn. Our collaboration enables each of us to succeed at our chosen careers and purpose, which in turn enables our clients’ success.
Q: What do you believe sets StoneTurn apart?
Collaboration, or working together to create something, is unique to StoneTurn. We create an experience for our clients that contributes to their success. Egocentrism has no place at StoneTurn. Every individual—from the Partners to operational support professionals—works together to ensure the best experience for our clients, who are often facing adversities in complex matters. Our clients hire us because they acknowledge we are skilled experts. Our clients return and refer others because we put them at ease and they recognize that the collective strength of StoneTurn is what sets us apart.
Q: Clients also give StoneTurn high marks for being extremely responsive. Can you tell us about a time when you saw this in action?
My best and most personal example: I was in discussions with StoneTurn’s founding partners about their vision to establish a different kind of consulting firm and the opportunity to join them at the firm’s inception. Within five days, I had packed up, moved to Boston and sat in on a client meeting. There are countless examples that illustrate StoneTurn’s ability to respond quickly. Our collective skill sets, expanded geographic presence and lack of perceived conflicts allows us to be more nimble than many similar firms.