Brett Clapp heads the group’s data forensics and litigation team and is a leading figure in the Hong Kong market. He assists on a wide variety of matters relating to the management, understanding and potential of large and complex data sets.
Brett Clapp is a senior managing director in the Hong Kong office of FTI Consulting and a member of the firm's forensic and litigation consulting segment. Mr Clapp leads the company's Asia-Pacific data and analytics practice. His expertise is in extracting and analysing large amounts of data from disparate financial systems to quickly and efficiently provide meaningful insights. He specialises in complex, data-intensive cases including government/ regulatory investigations, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance, financial/accounting investigations, and other cases requiring complex data modelling or sharing of electronic information.
Mr Clapp has extensive experience in the identification, collection, analysis and production of financial, transactional and operational electronic data. He has managed the design and implementation of complex data platforms including the integration of multiple disparate financial systems, the assessment of existing financial system data integrity, and the definition and application of complex legal and financial data analysis methodologies.
Mr Clapp's most notable engagement involved his role as a core member of the global FTI Consulting team providing investigative and litigation support to the trustee and his counsel on the Bernard L Madoff Investment Securities Ponzi scheme. In that capacity, he led the team responsible for the reconstruction and reconciliation of all accounts, as well as litigation related complex data modelling and analysis used by the trustee.
Mr Clapp has a BS in engineering from the University of Massachusetts and an MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.