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Ken Jones

  • Senior Managing Director
  • Forensic & Litigation Consulting
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Ken Jones is a Senior Managing Director in the Global Risk & Investigations Practice (GRIP), within the Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment, supporting clients with compliance, risk, investigative and remediation strategies and mitigation. His federal law enforcement career spanned more than 20 years from line agent to senior executive and included a wide variety of global risk management, investigative, compliance, security and leadership experiences.

During his six years at a ‘Big 4’ audit and consulting firm, he helped many global corporations develop or improve their Financial Crime (AML, FIU, Fraud, ABC, Sanctions) compliance, risk assessment and investigative programs. Prior to joining FTI Consulting, he was at UBS, where he managed AML investigations, fraud risk management and investigations, the financial intelligence unit and he was the cyber/cyber fraud crisis incident manager for the Americas Region.

Mr. Jones serves as the Chairperson for the Economic Crime and Cybersecurity Institute (ECCI) of Utica College. Utica College has been designated as a center of excellence for cybersecurity by both the NSA and Homeland Security.

Mr. Jones has a Master of Arts degree in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology from Mansfield University.

Professional Experience

UBS Americas Region Head of AML Investigations, Anti-Fraud, FIU and Cyber Crisis Incident Response Manager: While at UBS he developed strategies and implemented enhancements in fraud, AML, FIU and crisis response related to improved policies, procedures, management information (MIS), investigative quality, investigative efficiencies, intelligence, analytical, training, performance management and meeting regulatory expectations and overall risk management programs.

Prior Consulting Experience: While at a major consulting firm, he supported a variety of client industries with the development, or risk assessment, of global security programs, investigative programs, financial crime risk management programs, regulatory compliance programs, counterfeit mitigation, forensic intelligence capabilities and their use of data analytics, case management systems and other technologies.

Deputy Chief Postal Inspector, US Postal Inspection Service: He held a variety of agent-level positions, Supervisory Agent positions, Assistant Inspector in Charge positions and Senior Executive Scale (SES) Inspector in Charge positions before becoming the Deputy Chief Postal Inspector, which is the second-in-command for this nearly 200-year-old, federal law enforcement agency.

The US Postal Inspection Service has one of the broadest areas of investigative responsibilities among all US federal law enforcement agencies. Direct experience – at all levels – in investigations involving all varieties of financial crime, narcotics, child sexual exploitation/pornography, workers’ compensation fraud, embezzlements, loss prevention investigations, cyber investigations, a variety of fraud schemes against corporations, revenue fraud investigations, False Claims Act investigations, counterfeits cards, check fraud and more.

In addition to the law enforcement responsibilities, the agency serves as the Chief Security Officer for the parent organization, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). He was second in command with responsibility for physical security of 33,000 facilities, personnel security for 700,000 employees.

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