Richard Fogarty has over 17 years of investigative and legal experience and is a leader of BRG’s Latin America practice. He has conducted hundreds of investigations across the globe. He is an expert in matters related to regulatory compliance, complex internal and external fraud, asset searches and investigations, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing, investigative due diligence, and supply chain and employee theft. Mr. Fogarty has led and participated in many engagements involving field investigation throughout the United States, Asia, and Latin America and has worked on a variety of complex investigations for international corporations and law firms. He is fluent in Spanish.
Mr. Fogarty began his career as an examining attorney and investigator with the New York City Department of Investigation. In this position, he conducted criminal investigations, covering employee fraud and theft, bribery, organized crime-related activities, union corruption, and administrative disciplinary actions. His cases included bid rigging at city-run auctions; theft of union funds, pensions, and property; and investigations of towing companies that uncovered, for example, extensive payments to a capo in the Gambino crime family. Mr. Fogarty also worked closely with the New York City Trade Waste Commission on a number of investigations involving kickbacks, theft of funds, and bid-rigging.
Brooklyn Law School J.D., 1993
Trinity College, Hartford B.A., 1988
Capstone Advisory Group Managing director, Forensics & Litigation, Latin America Practice head 2011 - 2013
Navigant Consulting Director 2007 - 2011
Kroll Associates Managing director 2002 - 2007
New York City Department of Investigation Examining attorney 1999 - 2002