Principal, KPMG Forensic, Dispute Advisory Services
KPMG in the U.S.
Based in KPMG’s San Francisco office, Juan serves as the senior forensic principal in the Western region. He brings over 25 years of professional experience using his financial and statistical background working with clients to analyze complex business issues commonly involving large volumes of data. His engagement experience covers a variety of industries and breadth of subject matters ranging from computer technology and telecommunication, to pharmaceutical and medical devices. He has lent his expertise in investigation of fraud allegations ranging from assertions of misappropriation to claims of corruption. His experience also includes complex data analysis, including statistical and multiple regression analysis as well as compliance assessments with respect to contract terms and regulatory provisions. Juan has led teams on multiple occasions evaluating the appropriateness of expense claimed by (or payments made to) executives both in the US and abroad. For varied clients, Juan has developed sampling protocols to satisfy regulatory or discovery requests/requirements by the US Department of Justice, the Department of Health and Human Services, or other regulatory bodies. He has also led teams developing analytics tools for varied clients, designed to help improve investigative processes as well as facilitate anti-bribery and corruption risk assessment efforts.
Ph.D., Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Minors in Mathematics and French, Summa Cum Laude, University of Texas at Austin
American Economic Association
Phi Beta Kappa