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- B.A., Classics, Columbia University
- Asset Tracing & Recovery
- Corporate Fraud & Investigations
- Global Risk & Investigations
- Investigative Due Diligence
- White Collar Defense
Thomas Fedorek is a Managing Director at FTI Consulting and is based in New York. He is a member of the Global Risk and Investigations Practice in the Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment and heads the investigative research team. Mr. Fedorek has 30 years of experience managing investigative assignments. For law firms and corporations, he has managed hundreds of investigations in connection with complex commercial litigation, proxy contests, hostile takeovers, asset searches and many forms of fraud. For investment banks, private equity funds, hedge funds and other financial companies, he has managed more than a thousand due diligence investigations in connection with securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions and other transactions.
Mr. Fedorek and his team have played an integral role in some of FTI Consulting’s best-known projects including the investigations of the Bernard Madoff fraud and the Stanford International Bank.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting in 2007, Mr. Fedorek was a Director in the Litigation and Fraud Investigation practice at BDO Seidman, where he managed the investigative research team and oversaw the investigations for the firm’s client acceptance program. From 2002 to 2005, he was a Senior Managing Director at Citigate Global Intelligence, where he managed the Investigations practice for the New York office. From 1985 to 2002, he was at Kroll Associates, where he was successively promoted from Research Associate to Managing Director. Prior to joining Kroll, he was a Reference Librarian for two major law firms, where he first explored the application of online information resources for investigative research in connection with civil litigation.
Mr. Fedorek has published articles on investigative research, due diligence, fraud and cybercrime in publications such as Journal of the New York State Bar Association, The Daily Deal, Directors & Boards and Pensions & Investments. In 2003, in recognition of his experience conducting investigations of hedge funds, the Securities and Exchange Commission invited him to participate in the Fraud and Investor Protection panel at the SEC Hedge Fund Roundtable. In 2001, he was the keynote speaker at the MAR Offshore Hedge Fund Conference. In 1994, he was invited to describe his transformation from reference librarian to corporate investigator at the national conference of the American Association of Law Libraries.
Mr. Fedorek has a B.A. cum laude in classics from Columbia University.