Jack joined the KPMG Forensic practice in January 2008. As a director and vice-president of KPMG Forensic, he is involved in a wide range of consulting services including fraud investigations, forensic data analytics and continuous auditing engagements. Jack is considered a leader in forensic data analytics, and has designed complex audit procedures and computer-assisted audit techniques that were used as expert testimony for litigation support, as well as for fraud investigation and dispute services engagements. Prior to joining KPMG, Jack spent eight years in a global accounting firm’s Audit Practice and Technology and Security Risk Services department, assessing risks relating to external and internal financial statement audits. Jack is a part-time lecturer at the John Molson School of Business, where he teaches auditing and IT auditing courses in the undergraduate and graduate accounting programs.