Robert Loh has more than 15 years of experience providing forensic accounting, restructuring, and litigation consulting to clients in a variety of industries.
He regularly works on complex and highly sensitive investigations with a global reach, including allegations of financial crimes such as Ponzi schemes, money laundering, corruption/bribery, fraudulent financial reporting, embezzlement, employee misconduct, and regulatory compliance matters. He has led multiple proactive compliance engagements to assess internal control policies and insider risk programs and has participated on multiple digital forensic investigations.
Robert has been retained as both a consulting and expert witness in a range of litigation matters, including asset tracing, wage and hour disputes, human trafficking, shareholder disputes, and the analysis of economic damages. He also substantial experience providing turnaround and restructuring services in several industries on behalf of debtors, unsecured creditors’ committees, and Chapter 7 Trustees. He also is actively involved with the firm’s pro bono practice and regularly teaches training sessions on both technical and professional skills. Prior to joining Stout, he was employed in the Corporate Recovery Services practice of a Top 10 national accounting firm.
Robert currently serves as the Vice President of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ (ACFE) Connecticut Chapter and is an active member of both the ACFE’s Advisory Committee and the Fraud Magazine Editorial Advisory Committee.