is a Director in the Chicago office of McGladrey’s Forensic Services practice. He joined the practice in 2013 after 8 years at a big 4 forensic practice. Since 1999, Phil has been conducting forensic accounting engagements involving government entities and companies in a variety of industries and works with clients to design, implement, and evaluate anti-fraud controls. Phil performs accounting investigations and has experience investigating financial statement fraud, employee misconduct issues, embezzlements and other white collar frauds. Phil works with attorneys and companies providing consultation for litigation and expert testimony and has been engaged as a neutral arbitrator in financial disputes between companies.
Prior to joining the big 4 firm, Phil spent more than six years at a regional accounting firm in Chicago. During those years, Phil split his time between leading audits in several industries and conducting forensic investigation and litigation support services. Prior to his work at the regional firm, Phil spent seven years at smaller CPA firms performing financial statement audits, reviews, compilations and preparing tax returns for corporations, partnerships and individuals.
Phil has managed and participated in numerous types of engagements, including the following:
Professional Affiliations and Credentials
- Investigations in fraud matters
- Proactive fraud risk reviews
- Corporate governance and compliance reviews
- Dispute advisory services including testifying as an expert at serving as a neutral arbitrator
- Certified Public Accountant
- Certified Fraud Examiner
- Certified in Financial Forensics
- Bachelor of Science, accounting, Bradley University