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Forensic Accountant Larry Kanter Discusses John Wiley Price Corruption Probe

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Published on Jul 30, 2014

In this report by KTVT Ch. 11 reporter Jack Fink, forensic accountant Larry Kanter of Dallas-based Kanter Financial Forensics analyzes the extensive forensic accounting work involved in the 107-page bribery and public corruption indictment of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price. Kanter, who is not directly involved in the investigation, tells Fink that such forensic accounting probes require investigators to sift through enormous amounts of financial information, business records, and communications from multiple sources and compile the data in a way that tells a compelling story for jurors.

Larry Kanter brings 30 years of litigation consulting and forensic accounting expertise to the clients he serves, including having served as a Partner with two “Big Four” firms. He has served in numerous high profile forensic accounting engagements including one of the largest and most complicated forensic investigations ever undertaken, the investigation of 26 Swiss banks on behalf of an international commission appointed to identify and locate the bank deposits belonging to the victims of Nazi persecution.
Larry has provided expert testimony in Federal and State Courts as well as to Arbitration Panels. He has assisted in the successful resolution of disputes in several out of court negotiations. He has served a wide variety of clients including those in the banking, pharmaceutical, wholesale, retail, manufacturing, utility, technology, telecommunications and insurance sectors.

In addition to his client responsibilities, Kanter is an Adjunct Faculty member at Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business, where he teaches a Masters level course in Forensic Accounting and Financial Fraud. He has also been asked to share his experiences at more than two dozen legal and accounting continuing education seminars including presentation to the prestigious 2nd Circuit Federal Bar Council’s Annual Meeting.

For more information, please visit http://www.kanterforensics.com

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