Mark Fan - BDO Houston

Mark Fan

National Security/CFIUS Senior Manager

BDO Houston - Clay Street Office

713-576-3482

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Executive Summary

Mark Fan is a senior manager in the firm’s Technology & Business Transformation Services practice with more than 10 years of professional experience in investigation, data analytics, business intelligence, computer forensics, and electronic discovery. Mark focuses in utilizing data analytic techniques to develop methodologies and assess the effectiveness of policies and procedures, as well as processes and controls relative to government regulatory compliance, investigation, litigation, healthcare, and other business related matters.

Mark has managed compliance and monitoring engagements at the direction of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS). He provided services evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of internal policies and controls, and making recommendations for controls implementation. He supervised a team of professionals reviewing the client’s processes to identify any internal control deficiencies with regard to the agreements issued by CFIUS with regard to “Covered Transactions.”

In addition, Mark managed compliance audit engagements in connection with an assets and intellectual property (IP) divestiture order issued by CFIUS. Mark also assessed network infrastructure requirements enterprise-wide both domestically and internationally to ensure compliance as part of his work in connection with the CFIUS and CFIUS-associated orders.

He also has significant experience working with government agencies, financial institutions, and global enterprises providing data analytic and investigation services on identifying fraudulent transactions and waste and abuse behaviors. His experience includes compliance review in connection with Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and fraud and bribery detection and prevention services at several Fortune 500 companies.

Education

M.S., Computer Science, University of Houston
B.S., Electronic Engineering Technology, University of Houston