Kevin Tullier, CPA, CFE, CFF
“Forensic accounting is defined as ‘the analysis of financial information for use in legal proceedings,’ but that hardly describes our engagements – we provide experience, knowledge and expertise not only in accounting, but in the broader business environment, to the matter at issue.”Reston (DC Metro)
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Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), Bachelor of Science in Accounting, cum laude, Louisiana State University
International Association of Insurance Receivers, Treasurer and member of Board of Directors; American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Forensics and Valuations Services Section; National Association of Insurance Commissioners/AICPA Working Group Task Force; Association of Certified Fraud Examiners; Louisiana Society of Certified Public Accountants; and Washington Lawyers Committee Corporate Advisory Board to memberships
16 years of forensic accounting experience including deposition testimony with over 25 years total experience in accounting and finance for public and non-public entities.
Kevin performs forensic accounting and litigation support services in cases involving accounting and auditing malpractice, financial damages and valuations, insurance insolvencies, and reinsurance disputes, among others. He also performs outsourced accounting services primarily to clients in the insurance industry.
His recent experience includes assisting counsel on behalf of an international insurance company regarding a dispute arising from claims of fraudulent transfer and involving a complex business transaction primarily concerning a billion dollar reinsurance agreement, and in litigation regarding the proper application of GAAP and GAAS involving a multi-year audit of a regional credit union and, specifically, that credit union’s automobile subprime indirect lending program.
Kevin has been engaged as testifying expert in cases involving the calculation of damages resulting from alleged wage per hour violations as well as the calculation of lost wages resulting from allegedly discriminatory practices. Other recent engagements involved assisting counsel in a series of litigation involving a complex, circular reinsurance arrangement as well as several matters regarding the determination of economic damages including those incurred by a leading technology firm resulting from a breach of contract. Additional experience includes review of loss reserves and revenue recognition issues as well as performance of outsourced audits of internal controls and reinsurance administration compliance.
Kevin joined Ocean Tomo, a part of J.S. Held, after several years as a divisional financial officer for Stewart Enterprises, Inc., an international publicly-held company. Prior to Stewart Enterprises, he worked with an aviation and marine insurance company that had been placed into run-off by its parent company, an international insurance brokerage firm.
Early in his career, Kevin spent nearly three years with Coopers & Lybrand (now part of PricewaterhouseCoopers) providing auditing services to a wide array of businesses and industries, including property/casualty insurance, banking, retail, chemical manufacturing, and hospitality.
Kevin graduated, cum laude, with a B.S. in Accounting from Louisiana State University in 1993.