Counsel of a publicly-held financial services corporation engaged StoneTurn to assist in an independent investigation of the bank’s accounting for loan loss reserves and valuation of collateral obtained in connection with one of its loan portfolios. StoneTurn reviewed various loan files and collections data that spanned multiple years and determined that the bank would need to make significant adjustments to past financial statements. StoneTurn also analyzed the bank’s relationship with outside parties involving repossessions and sales of units, including line of credit activity, physical inventory records, and sales of collateral. StoneTurn presented its findings to the Audit Committee.