BRG Adds Mike Slattery as Global Senior Advisor to Global Investigations + Strategic Intelligence Practice
Berkeley Research Group announced today that Michael Slattery has joined the firm as a managing director and global senior advisor to the firm's Global Investigations + Strategic Intelligence practice.
"Mike is a stellar addition to the firm and further bolsters our capabilities to provide outstanding worldwide global investigative services," said BRG Chairman and Principal Executive Officer David J. Teece. "We continue to attract the industry's top professionals as we assemble the world's leading global investigations team."
Slattery brings over 30 years of experience managing complex investigations and resources around the world. Before joining BRG, he was the founder and global leader of the Global Risk and Investigations Practice at FTI Consulting. He and his colleagues successfully pioneered the concept of global multidisciplinary investigations spanning five continents, which brought together professional skills such as forensic accounting, data analytics, computer forensics, business intelligence, political and economic risk analysis, and international and regional investigative knowledge, as well as specific industry expertise.
"I am delighted to have the opportunity to partner with Mike again," said Allen D. Applbaum, the global leader of BRG's Global Investigations + Strategic Intelligence practice. "He is one of the smartest and most respected professionals in the industry, and he will provide clients with creative and cutting-edge expertise in investigations around the world."
Slattery started his investigative consulting career at Kroll Associates, where he was executive vice president of Operations. During his 14 years at Kroll, he also managed the New York and North American operations. In addition, he served as the principal member of the monitoring team that oversaw the New York City garment trucking industry, special assistant to the Federal Elections officer for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, a federal monitor for the Los Angeles Police Department, and a Special Fact Finder who examined the operations of a major childcare organization. He also previously served as president and chief operating officer of the Carco Group, a high-end provider of technology-based risk solutions for the legal, corporate, financial, and government communities.
Prior to his consulting career, Slattery spent 10 years as a special agent with the FBI. In that capacity, he investigated federal criminal violations relating to organized crime, bank fraud and embezzlement, bankruptcy fraud, fraud against the government, narcotics trafficking, asset forfeiture, and money laundering. He has been recognized a number of times by the U.S. Department of Justice and other federal and state agencies for his outstanding performance on high-profile investigations. He also served as a member of the New York State Special Prosecutor's Office that focused on investigating and prosecuting corruption in the New York City Criminal Justice System.
Slattery holds a J.D. from New York Law School, an MBA with a concentration in accounting from St. John's University, and an advanced graduate degree in computer information systems from Pace University. He is an attorney and a Certified Public Accountant, and he holds credentials through the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) as Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) and a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA). He is also a member of various legal organizations and of the Society of Former FBI Agents.