Abby Barasch brings nearly two decades of experience in conducting and overseeing complex international and U.S. investigations, including fraud inquiries, asset tracing, transactional due diligence, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and anti-bribery and corruption investigations, employee misconduct, and third-party risk assessments. She has significant expertise in identifying and analyzing information from public records, open sources, and other pertinent data to deliver meaningful business intelligence, as well as evidence in litigation support matters and government enforcement actions.

Prior to joining StoneTurn, Abby assisted a Big Four public accounting firm in identifying, evaluating, and resolving potential conflicts of interest to mitigate legal, business and reputational risks. She also created and facilitated strategic training to improve business processes and enhance staff performance.

Throughout her career, Abby has developed investigative strategies and methodologies to improve research efficacy, analysis, and reporting. Abby has advised clients across a range of industries, including financial institutions and investment banks. She has conducted both confidential and high-profile multi-jurisdictional asset tracing investigations to locate concealed or undisclosed assets; pre-litigation and post-judgment searches in bankruptcies and insolvencies; as well as inquiries into fraudulent business practices, breaches of contract, and other corporate malfeasance.

Abby is a licensed investigator in New York State.