The Cecil B. Day Program for Business Ethics Presents Paul Greenspan
Anti-Corruption Compliance and Enforcement by Paul Greenspan, Managing Director, BDO
Paul assists organizations and their attorneys with the financial, accounting, and regulatory aspects of investigations, business disputes, and compliance challenges. His areas of concentration include corporate compliance, fraud investigations, forensic accounting, anti-corruption compliance, damage calculations, expert testimony, and litigation support. Paul has over 16 years of forensics experience and has worked in a variety of industries, including entertainment, consumer products, telecom, agriculture, financial services, hospitality, retail, software, education, and gaming.
Paul regularly assists clients with internal investigations of employee misconduct, misappropriation of funds, and accounting irregularities as well as governmental and regulatory investigations into fraudulent business practices. He also works with his clients to proactively address fraud risk by conducting risk assessments, improving policies and procedures, and tightening internal controls. Paul has conducted anticorruption compliance assessments and investigations in more than a dozen countries around the world and managed multinational, multi-lingual teams. In addition, he has calculated damages, produced expert reports, and provided expert testimony in a variety of commercial litigation matters, including employment disputes, class actions, mass torts, complex fraud claims, breach of contract, fraudulent conveyance, and post-M&A disputes. He has also helped clients prepare complex property loss, business interruption, and fidelity insurance claims.
Paul is a frequent speaker on compliance and investigations for organizations such as the Atlanta Compliance & Ethics Roundtable, Globalaw, the Georgia Society of CPAs, and Goldman Sachs’ Annual Hedge Fund Conference.