Jen Baskin has over 18 years of private sector and government experience providing advice on anti-bribery and anti-corruption matters, as well as financial accounting and accounting malpractice issues.
Jen’s expertise lies in conducting forensic accounting investigations focusing on issues surrounding Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, complex fraud, and bribery schemes; evaluating and implementing compliance programs; reviewing and revising corporate internal controls; and accounting malpractice litigation. She has conducted investigations in over 20 countries, including allegations of FCPA violations; revenue recognition; false books and records issues; M&A and third party due diligence; and internal control weaknesses and violations. Jen has also participated in a variety of other litigation matters, across industries, including post-acquisition accounting disputes; accounting malpractice and consulting; expert testimony support; investigation of employee improprieties; and asset tracing.
Before joining FRA in 2017, Jen was a Partner for EY in the Forensics practice where she led complex fraud and FCPA investigations.
Prior to her time at EY, Jen was the first Forensic Accountant assigned to the FCPA Unit in the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, where she completed a variety of large FCPA investigations of SEC registrants, corporate officers, external auditors, and other third parties. Jen worked with FCPA Unit attorneys across the country, traveling internationally to take testimony as part of global FCPA investigations. Jen also spent time in-house as the Forensic Accountant and Trust & Compliance Officer at IBM.
Jen is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and holds the Certificate in Financial Forensics (CFF) from the AICPA. She earned her Bachelor’s degrees in Finance and Accounting at Virginia Tech.