Nina Gross leads BDO’s Global Forensics practice in Washington, D.C., having 30 years of forensic accounting, investigation and consulting experience working with multinational organizations and their counsel. Ms. Gross has significant experience assisting clients in responding to sensitive investigative matters, as well as advising organizations on compliance, due diligence and anti-corruption programs designed to deter and prevent the recurrence of fraud.
Ms. Gross has developed internal anti-corruption and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance programs, including model audit guidelines, risk assessment protocols and internal audit training and educational programs. She has led numerous international investigations related to alleged violations of the FCPA and conducted third party due diligence. In addition, Ms. Gross advises clients on asset management and securities enforcement matters.
Prior to joining BDO, she held leadership roles at Deloitte LLP, leading the Financial Advisory Services FCPA consulting group and establishing its Global Anti-Corruption Training Academy. She also served as Director of the Office of Legislative Affairs under Chairmen David Ruder and Richard Breeden at the Securities & Exchange Commission.
Ms. Gross is an attorney and has extensive involvement in the legal industry, including with the American Bar Association, International Bar Association, D.C. Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, SEC Enforcement Group and Women’s White Collar Defense Group.