Matthew Greenblatt is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting and is based in New York. Mr. Greenblatt has extensive experience in forensic accounting and internal investigations; auditing and accounting matters; litigation consulting; post- acquisition and shareholder disputes; and advising troubled companies.
Mr. Greenblatt has conducted multiple forensic investigations in connection with cases involving diversions of funds and fraudulent accounting activity by management and has been involved in several internal forensic investigations conducted on behalf of Audit Committees and/or Boards of Directors for both public and private companies. Mr. Greenblatt is currently managing a team of professionals and forensic accountants in connection with the firm’s retention by the court-appointed trustee under SIPA in the liquidation of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities.
Mr. Greenblatt has advised on cases involving various types of fraudulent activity, including several large Ponzi schemes; partnership disputes; lost profits; breach of contract claims; and accountants’ malpractice. Mr. Greenblatt has additional expertise with matters involving arbitration and mediation; bankruptcy reorganization; claims management; contract disputes; damages; directors & officers related claims; due diligence; expert testimony; forensic investigations; fraud and fraudulent conveyance; solvency and insolvency; trustee and examiner issues, and valuation.
Mr. Greenblatt has spoken on multiple panels in the area of forensic accounting and investigations and is an adjunct professor, teaching the course “Prevention and Detection of Fraudulent Financial Reporting”, a required course within the Forensic Accounting Program of New York University’s Finance, Law and Taxation Program of NYU’s School of Continuing Studies.
Prior to its acquisition by FTI Consulting, Mr. Greenblatt joined Kahn Consulting in June of 1998. Before that, Mr. Greenblatt was a Senior Auditor with Price Waterhouse’s Audit and Business Advisory Services Group.
Mr. Greenblatt holds a B.S. in accounting from Lehigh University. Mr. Greenblatt is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner, and is Certified in Financial Forensics. Mr. Greenblatt is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants; and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
A former Securities Fraud Chief, Assistant United States Attorney, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Senior Counsel, and practicing CPA, John Carney is a seasoned advocate who represents regulated entities and public corporations—their officers, directors and employees—in SEC and criminal law enforcement investigations, as well as in related civil litigation. Utilizing his depth of experience in domestic and international regulatory and criminal enforcement matters and complex litigation, as well as his financial background, John is repeatedly retained by audit committees, corporations, and senior officers of major public companies to conduct internal investigations, to provide counsel during investigations, and to design remedial compliance and corporate governance measures. He regularly conducts investigations of possible FCPA violations and other potentially improper foreign country-based financial transactions, and works proactively with companies to structure and implement FCPA compliance programs.
Based upon his extensive trial experience and sophisticated advocacy in complex financial matters, John was recently nominated and named to the Securities Docket "Enforcement 40," a list of the 40 top securities enforcement defense lawyers in the country. He is ranked in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business and is also "Certified in Financial Forensics" by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is co-leader of BakerHostetler's national White Collar Defense and Corporate Investigations practice. John has lectured extensively at conferences and training seminars on topics such as FCPA, insider trading, securities fraud, and litigating complex accounting cases.