Amanda is a principal in KPMG’s Chicago office and is the Global Investigations Lead. She also leads the U.S. Forensic Service Network. Amanda focuses on fraud and misconduct investigations, regulatory compliance, third-party risk management and integrity due diligence, and dispute and litigation services. She also oversees KPMG’s delivery of eDiscovery, managed review, forensic data analysis, and anti-money laundering services. Amanda has conducted numerous financial investigations that have included allegations of misappropriation of assets, conflicts of interest, bribery and corruption, and earnings management. She also assists companies in assessing compliance with regulations, corporate policies, and other standards of acceptable behaviors; conducting integrity due diligence to assess risks associated with customers, agents, and counterparties; and addressing disputes and litigation matters, including serving as a neutral arbitrator and fact witness. She is the Partner Champion of the Chicago chapter of KPMG’s Network of Women (KNOW). KNOW was established in 2003 and has proved to be a successful venue for KPMG to increase awareness of multicultural women’s issues and to provide strategic direction for networking, mentoring, and leadership opportunities for women. The Chicago chapter of KNOW has nearly 500 members. Amanda has over 20 years of experience leading investigations both domestically and globally, including matters in Argentine, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Belgium, Pakistan, Kenya, South Korea, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Russia, Ukraine, Sri Lanka, Canada, India, Romania, Hong Kong, Azerbaijan, Philippines, Thailand, and the Netherlands. Amanda has served clients in a variety of industries, including pharmaceuticals, health care, retail, consumer products, manufacturing, construction, energy, insurance, banking, and not-for-profit.