Fraud examinations rarely follow a straight line — especially in high-stakes matters. But those who can quickly adapt to challenging situations and leverage the power of data can still develop meaningful evidence.

In Fraud Magazine, experienced CFE, CPA and FINRA Arbitrator Jeffrey Matthews shares insights gained from evidence-gathering efforts that didn’t begin in textbook fashion. He also highlights the three areas of experience — data extraction, interviews and surveillance — that best serve forensic accountants and fraud examiners.

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Jeffrey Matthews

Jeffrey Matthews, a Partner with StoneTurn, brings over 20 years of experience in financial investigations, forensic accounting and litigation support. He has served as a financial expert in corruption and […]

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