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Douglas Small has over 30 years of experience in connection with fraud investigations, forensic accounting and anti-corruption issues. He principally advises clients in all aspects of internal corporate fraud investigations, forensic accounting matters, adherence to United States laws abroad including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and white-collar criminal matters. 

Doug has been consulting with law firms and global companies since 2008 providing expert services on financial fraud and fraud risk management, anti-corruption and forensic accounting investigations throughout the world. Additionally, he spent 14 years as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation where he conducted numerous complex white collar criminal investigations to include, mortgage fraud, corporate fraud, health care fraud, money laundering, wire fraud, mail fraud and public corruption. During his FBI career, Doug also was involved in all phases of the crisis management continuum, including executive protection, tactical response, field training exercises, and firearms and tactical training. 

Doug's practice focuses on the analysis of the flow of funds and other items of value as they relate to illicit third parties, company insiders and other fiduciaries involved in bribery, corruption, and other forms of conflicts of interest.  He has worked extensively providing analysis of financial and accounting records, interviewing targets and witnesses and providing clients with actionable information to address these pressing issues.   

Throughout his career he has led and conducted investigations both domestically and internationally to include Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. He has also worked closely with federal prosecutors and has been called upon frequently to provide expert witness testimony in both criminal and civil proceedings. 

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