Harnessing Massive Data to Track Money Movement, Uncover Fraud
By Frank Wisehart, Partner, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLP
In white collar fraud and bankruptcy cases, attorneys, bankers, and forensic accountants identify bank and financial records, issue subpoenas, and pore over the data to trace financial transactions from their source to their destination. The central theme is, what happened to the money? Where...
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Frank Wisehart is a partner with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLP and works out of the firm’s Los Angeles and San Francisco offices. His experience includes bankruptcy, white collar criminal cases, forensic accounting, and business valuation, and he has testified as a qualified expert witness in both federal and state courts on a wide range of financial subjects. Wisehart is a CPA, ABV, CFE, CVA, and MAFF, and holds a bachelor’s degree from Miami University and an MBA from Cornell University and Queen's University.