Alvarez & Marsal expanded its Forensic and Dispute Services practice (GFD) in the United States. Three new Managing Directors have been announced - Art Ehuan, Christopher Ideker, Charles Diamond - based in San Antonio, Atlanta and New York, respectively.
"Alvarez & Marsal 's Global Forensic and Dispute Services practice continues to experience significant growth, as demand for sophisticated expertise to deal with a range of high-stakes and complex matters keeps on rising," says Bryan Ruez, global co-leader of A&M's Global Forensic and Dispute Services practice. "All Art, Christopher and Charles have decades of specialized experience and further strengthen our team of consultants".
About Art Ehuan
Art Ehuan has more than 20 years of experience as a strategic information specialist, with expertise in information and data protection, privacy, risk management, advisory services and governance. Prior to joining Alvarez & Marsal, he was a co-founder of Forward Discovery, a digital investigations firm. Before that he worked for the FBI, were helped to formulate the policies and processes that regulate how FBI offices conduct computer crime investigations in the United States.
About Christopher Ideker
Christopher Ideker has more than 25 years of experience in accounting and financial guidance to attorneys and management. His primary areas of focus are healthcare fraud, independent reviews, audit committee investigations, bribery, corruption and kickbacks. Before Alvarez & Marsal, he spent 16 years with Big Four firms Ernst & Young and PwC, primarily in the forensics divisions. In his new role, he will advise clients on complex matters involving compliance, investigations and disputes.
About Charles Diamond
Charles Diamond specializes in the application of microeconomic theory and econometric methods for employment questions in employment disputes.
Prior to joining Alvarez, he was a managing director at FTI Consulting and a Vice President at Analysis Group. In his new role, he will assist clients in employment and statistical-related matters, such as the preparation of pay equity studies or HR disputes.