Danielle Logue is a Director at FRA with over 14 years’ experience in internal and independent investigations, forensic accounting matters and monitorships. She has worked on cases involving: fraud and misconduct; bribery and corruption; regulatory compliance; and enforcement matters brought by the US Department of Justice and US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Danielle’s latest experience includes managing a three-year FCPA monitorship of a manufacturing company, including conducting fieldwork in Europe and South America. Additional recent experience includes ABC compliance reviews in Spain and India for a publicly traded medical device company and forensic accounting support for an internal investigation for a global manufacturing company related to asset misappropriation and conflicts of interest in China. Danielle also managed an ability to pay calculation related to a settlement between an oil and gas company and the SEC and DOJ.
Prior to FRA, Danielle worked in a Big Four forensic practice where she was responsible for coordinating and managing forensic investigations of alleged bribery and corruption, fraud and misconduct, compliance reviews, and consulting engagements on behalf of management, audit committees, outside counsel and the US government. There, Danielle’s clients included Fortune 500 companies in various industries, including: life sciences; professional services; financial services; automotive; manufacturing; energy; technology; and communication and retail.
Danielle is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and has a graduate certificate in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation from West Virginia University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Investigations.
Danielle completed a one-year secondment in London and is currently based in FRA’s Washington DC office.