Associate Manager, Forensic Investigations and IntelligenceJob ID 21008491 Washington D.C., District of Columbia Apply now
In a world of disruption and increasingly complex business challenges, our professionals bring truth into focus with the Kroll Lens. Our sharp analytical skills, paired with the latest technology, allow us to give our clients clarity—not just answers—in all areas of business. We embrace diverse backgrounds and global perspectives, and we cultivate diversity by respecting, including, and valuing one another. As part of One team, One Kroll, you’ll contribute to a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel.
Our Forensic Investigations & Intelligence practice consistently provides firms with the professional investigative consulting expertise necessary to resolve conflict through fact-finding and critical analysis. We have conducted thousands of investigations worldwide and have an unmatched track record of resolving disputes and working with in-house and outside counsel to successfully conduct and conclude internal or regulatory inquiries. Our experts help organizations with their critical fact finding when they need to conduct internal investigations or to examine allegations of wrongdoing. Whether or not actual misconduct is discovered, such inquiries, and their aftermath, can pose serious risks to companies and their stakeholders, damaging their reputation, disrupting their business operations and exposing them to government scrutiny, as well as to potential criminal, civil and regulatory liability. Our investigative services and expertise have helped clients successfully resolve investigations promptly and with minimal business disruption.
At Kroll, your work will help deliver clarity to our clients’ most complex governance, risk, and transparency challenges. Apply now to join One team, One Kroll.
As an Associate Manager, you will be a key part of a team delivering investigations, forensic accounting, forensic review and other analyses and services to corporate clients and their legal advisors. Much of the work will be to support investigations and/or disputes for our clients covering a range of industries.
Due to the range of cases that you will be involved in across various industry-sectors and country locations, a key interest in global events and markets, with an awareness of working across different cultural and political environments is essential. Due to the global reach of our business, the ability to read and write in a second language is desirable but not critical.
- Obtain understanding of engagement and client needs through discussions directly with the client or taking direction from a senior member of the Financial Investigations team
- Obtain understanding of the business drivers that underpin the relevant financial analysis
- Examine and interpret case related information to produce in-depth and detail-orientated analysis, identifying further research that needs to be carried out and which leads need to be investigated to support case development
- Analyze and interrogate large amounts of financial data and present findings coherently using Excel
- Assist with conducting interviews with a range of stakeholders in an investigation
- Support case work by using Excel and PowerPoint to provide diagrammatic and pictorial explanations to present key findings and patterns identified in the investigation
- Support the growth of the Financial Investigations practice through involvement in business development projects and initiatives
- Build strong working relationships with colleagues across Kroll’s network of offices and various business practices
- Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Economics, or Finance
- CPA (or equivalent) or pursuit thereof is preferred, with a strong understanding of accounting fundamentals
- Two to four years of experience in a reputable professional services firm, or from an investigative/research intensive organization
- Intellectually curious and adept at navigating ambiguity
- Excellent analytical and quantitative skills and ability to perform in-depth analysis
- Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to work and converse with management, lawyers, boards, technical consultants, and others
- Ability to work independently and effectively as a team member
- Advanced Microsoft office skills, with proven experience in using Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- The position may require occasional travel both nationally and internationally
In order to be considered for a position, you must formally apply via careers.kroll.com.
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