Nathan Hein brings over a decade of experience in conducting financial audits and assisting clients to resolve various types of financial statement disputes, internal investigations, litigation, and compliance matters across jurisdictions nationally and worldwide.
Mr. Hein has significant experience conducting investigations involving forensic accounting, financial reporting, whistleblowers, the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, sanctions compliance, regulatory inquiries, and various white-collar crimes. He has also assisted numerous entities in conducting proactive anti-fraud and anti-corruption due diligence during mergers and acquisitions, as well as conducting compliance and anti-fraud program assessments and program development. In addition, Mr. Hein has also assisted clients during high-stakes litigation in connection with various breach of contract disputes and executive malfeasance claims.
Mr. Hein's investigations experience includes assisting public and private companies, monitors, boards of directors, audit committees, special committees, independent counsel and corporate counsel for both domestic and international entities. He also worked as a shadow investigator on behalf of a Big 4 accounting firm’s audit practice. He has experience across numerous sectors, including aerospace and defense; beverages; chemicals; construction; energy generation and transmission; oil and gas (exploration and production, pipeline, and services); family office; financial services; healthcare; manufacturing; not-for-profit; recreational; public sector; real estate; and telecommunications.
Mr. Hein has conducted and managed engagements across dozens of global jurisdictions, including a year-long secondment in Angola, with additional on-the-ground overseas experience in the Bahamas, Colombia, the People’s Republic of China, Mexico, the Netherlands, Qatar, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom (England).
Mr. Hein holds a B.A. in Accounting from Hope College. He is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified in Financial Forensics and a Project Management Professional. He has also served on the faculty of Montana State University, teaching a master’s degree course on Professional Accounting Issues.
M: +1 312 607 2226
227 West Monroe Street
Chicago, IL, 60606
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