Duane Campbell uses his deep experience in forensic accounting and finance to assist his clients across the U.S. in dealing with complex and sensitive issues arising from internal and independent forensic accounting investigations, business disputes, litigation and alternative dispute resolution involving, among other things, improper accounting, potential fraud, theft or misappropriation of funds.
Mr. Campbell has served a large variety of manufacturing and service‐based enterprises, including consumer goods, aerospace, financial services, insurance, telecommunications, rental car and the not‐for‐profit sector. Mr. Campbell has served as a trusted advisor in a forensic investigative capacity for a wide range of clients including the U.S. Attorney’s Office, state regulatory bodies, boards of directors, executive management and both internal and external counsel. Mr. Campbell has extensive experience in evaluating merger and acquisition disputes, including whether revenue recognition and the application of percentage‐of‐completion accounting has been properly recorded in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“GAAP”).
In high profile internal investigations, large financial restatements, post-acquisition disputes, litigation proceedings and alternative dispute resolution matters, Mr. Campbell has played an integral role in providing forensic accounting and advisory services to outside counsel representing Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Campbell often works alongside senior management and C‐suite personnel and has extensive experience working on investigations resulting from highly sensitive whistleblower allegations at public companies and investigations involving external auditors, audit committees and the SEC. Mr. Campbell has also been designated as a testifying expert in several litigation matters.
Mr. Campbell is often invited to speak at educational and networking events by professional associations in the accounting and forensic accounting fields, including the Practising Law Institute. Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Campbell served in similar forensic accounting and accounting advisory roles at Grant Thornton LLP and Huron Consulting Group.
Mr. Campbell holds an M.B.A. from the University of Maryland, College Park, and B.A. in Economics and Business Administration from McDaniel College in Westminster Maryland. Mr. Campbell is a Certified Public Accountant (“CPA”) and also holds the Certified Financial Analyst (“CFA”) designation from the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute.