Tom can customize his presentations and speeches to your audience.
Keep in mind that Tom was a financial statement auditor for a number of years before discovering fraud on his first public company audit leading him to start the Forensic Accounting Investigations practice in Indianapolis in 1991. Although Tom is a retired partner from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) he still conducts high-profile investigations whenever called upon. Tom Golden now brings his professional experience to the literary world in his debut installment of the Sam Halloran series Sunday Night Fears.
“When it comes to knowledge about fraud and white-collar crime, Tom Golden is at the top. And when it comes to communicating that knowledge to others, no one does it better.”
Dr. Joseph T. Wells, CFE, CPA
Chairman and Founder
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
This practice became so successful that the firm asked Tom to relocate to Chicago to head-up the Midwest Forensic Accounting Investigations practice which grew to become the second largest such practice for PwC in the U.S.
Whether Tom speaks from a podium, freely walks around an open stage, conducts in-depth seminars, or meets in small groups, he engages his audiences with proven methods and techniques they can use in their everyday lives to thwart the efforts of would-be fraudsters and help spot the loose threads of fraud before they can do damage to the organization. After all, on this topic, Tom literally wrote the book A Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation. And his suggestions stick….most likely because he delivers them intertwined with anecdotes of real-life experiences. Tom has conducted hundreds of financial crime investigations not only all across America, but on nearly every continent around the globe and in most every industry. His stories are riveting…like the time he was held for ransom in Ecuador!