Tony Jordan is a "really good accountant" with wide-ranging forensic experience in internal investigations.
Tony is a senior partner at Ernst & Young LLP (EY) where he specialises in forensic accounting investigations, fraud risk compliance matters and general business-related disputes. He has extensive forensic accounting, auditing and experience litigation consulting, is a certified public accountant, and has been providing financial consulting advice to clients for over 20 years.
Tony has been involved in a variety of investigations, working on behalf of boards of directors, directors and officers and senior management. These investigations have involved analyses of various financial reporting matters, including revenue recognition, lease accounting, inventory manipulations, promotional marketing allowances, derivative transactions, stock options, assessing the adequacy of various reserves and various other issues around the interpretation and application of GAAP. Tony’s experience in these matters has been across a number of industries, including high-tech, software, financial services, retail and consumer products, life sciences, real estate and manufacturing.
Tony has assisted companies with the design and remediation of the internal controls and other processes in response to the identification of accounting misstatements or other compliance breakdowns. Additionally, Tony’s experience includes having been engaged as an independent consultant or monitor to perform the ongoing assessment of certain internal controls as a result of settlements with regulators.
Tony’s prior experience includes having held the position of accounting branch chief in the Boston District Office of the SEC, where he oversaw and performed numerous investigations relating to accounting and financial fraud matters. In addition, he has participated in the audits of companies in a variety of industries, including high-tech manufacturing, insurance, real estate and biotech.