Martin Biegelman - Insidious Identity Theft
Martin Biegelman is a Managing Director in the Regulatory, Forensics and Compliance Practice at Deloitte Advisory. He brings decades of experience investigating and preventing fraud and corruption while in leadership roles in law enforcement, consulting and the corporate sector. His extensive experience includes FCPA and anti-bribery compliance, financial and other internal investigations, litigation consulting, investigative due diligence, and corporate compliance assessment and design. He has conducted and managed complex and high-risk investigations in more than 70 countries.
Prior to joining Deloitte, he worked at two international consulting firms where he served first as a Managing Director in the Global Investigations and Compliance Practice and then as Executive Vice President of the Anti-Bribery and Litigation Support Practices. Martin’s work on behalf of corporate management and boards includes internal investigations alleging FCPA, corruption, fraud, conflicts of interest, whistle-blower retaliation and other employee and vendor misconduct. His work also includes developing internal investigative and anti-bribery compliance programs as well as assessments of internal controls. In 2002, Martin founded and led Microsoft Corporation’s Financial Integrity Unit, a highly acclaimed global fraud prevention and anti-corruption compliance program that continues to serve as a model for other companies.
Martin is a former federal agent having served as a United States Postal Inspector in a variety of investigative and management assignments across the country. As a Postal Inspector and Team Leader in New York and Los Angeles, he conducted and supervised thousands of successful investigations of mail fraud, asset misappropriation, financial crimes, insurance and health care fraud, mortgage fraud, bankruptcy fraud, credit card fraud, identity theft, investment and securities fraud, organized crime, money laundering, asset forfeiture, mail theft, corruption, kickbacks, bribery, RICO, False Claims Act and Qui Tam, and other federal crimes. As a federal agent, Martin spent many years working closely with the various banks and financial institutions that were victimized by bank fraud, credit card fraud, identity theft, data breaches and other significant financial crimes. As a result of his reputation and expertise in this area, in 1986 Martin testified before the United States Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations on credit card fraud, identity theft and non-traditional organized crime.
Martin’s last law enforcement role was as the Inspector in Charge of the Phoenix Field Office where he led law enforcement operations for the Postal Inspection Service in Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada. In that role, he managed multi-state teams of federal agents responsible for the investigation and prevention of a wide variety of federal crimes with a particular focus on fraud, corruption and other financial crimes. Earlier in his career, he was a criminal investigator with the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office where he investigated economic crime, official corruption and bribery. Martin was also the head of an internal affairs investigative unit for a New York State regulatory agency.
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