Scott Rosenbaum is a Director in Stout’s Disputes, Compliance, and Investigations practice. He has over 10 years of experience as a consultant, investigator, and accountant. He previously worked in KPMG’s Forensic practice and for a private think-tank providing forensic accounting, litigation, and investigation consulting services to clients in a variety of matters.
Scott specializes in investigations and assisting community and regional banks to develop and improve their BSA/AML compliance programs. He also performs work related to fraud risk management, regulatory compliance and monitoring, and dispute advisory/litigation assistance.
In performing his work, Scott consults closely with external counsel, in-house counsel, corporate boards, management teams, not-for-profit directors, and high-net worth individuals in the context of complex commercial litigation, fraud and financial investigations, and business and partnership disputes.
Prior to his work at Stout, Scott worked for a non-profit counterterrorism think tank where he focused on investigating the financial operations of terrorist groups operating in the United States. As part of his work, Scott performed research and analysis using various open source databases and primary source material; leading to consultations with the Department of Justice, the Department of Treasury, and the United States Congress that resulted in numerous investigations, indictments, and deportations.
Additionally, Scott routinely conducts trainings for bankers, lawyers, business leaders, and law enforcement including training intelligence analysts from the Office of Foreign Assets Control at FLETC (the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center). He has collaborated on Congressional testimonies, a book, and assisted print and television journalists in researching their articles and segments.
Scott lived in the Middle East for two years and has experience living, working, and performing investigations in various countries.
Scott is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), a Certified AML and Fraud Professional (CAFP), an Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP), a Certified Forensic Examiner (CFE), and a Certified At-Risk Adult Crime Tactics Specialist (CACTS).
Wake Forest University School of Business October 2017Fraud, Fraudsters and Ethics
Joint Meeting of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners August 2017Data Analytics in Fraud Investigations: Using Data Analytics to Detect Fraud
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenan-Flagler Business School January 2017Fraud, Fraudsters and Ethics