HKA adds Drew Hauge as director in Washington, DC

05 January 2024 2 min. read
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HKA, a global risk and disputes consulting firm, has hired Drew Hauge as a director in its forensic accounting and commercial damages group in Washington, DC.

In his new role, Hauge will author expert reports, prepare business valuations, and perform financial, accounting, and economic analyses.

He brings 15 years of experience in forensic accounting and fraud investigation, with a focus on fraudulent misrepresentation, misappropriation of assets, corruption, damage claims analysis, and asset tracing engagements.

Hauge has provided expert testimony in disputes up to $2.6 million and has assisted counsel in fraud investigations valued at $10 billion.

He previously spent over eight years at Berkeley Research Group, where he was latterly an associate director. Before that, Hauge spent six years at Navigant (now Guidehouse). 

He has master’s and bachelor’s degrees in accounting from Wake Forest University and is a certified public accountant and certified fraud examiner.

HKA adds Drew Hauge as director in Washington, DC

“I am excited to welcome Drew to HKA as we further strengthen our bench of forensic accounting experts,” said Steve Stanton, partner, HKA. “His wealth of forensic accounting, investigations, and testifying experience makes him a wonderful addition to our team as we continue to grow our practice to better serve the needs of our clients.”

Hauge added, “I am thrilled to join the Forensic Accounting and Commercial Damages team at HKA. I am well acquainted with a number of the talented, innovative, and passionate professionals at HKA, which makes it the ideal place for me to continue to grow as an expert dedicated to delivering exceptional client service.”

HKA also recently welcomed Hatem Bedair as a Houston-based director in its forensic engineering practice and Peyman Tabatabaei as a Los Angeles-based director in its forensic technical services practice.