FTI Consulting's Lindi Jarvis named one of top 100 Women in Investigations

19 July 2018 Consulting.us 3 min. read

Lindi Jarvis was recently named one of Global Investigations Review’s top 100 Women in Investigations. Jarvis, a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting, is a leading expert in forensic and litigation consulting – having completed numerous international financial investigative assignments.

Global Investigations Review is a publication that specializes in covering the law and practice of international investigations – including corporate and government investigations of bribery, misconduct, fraud, money laundering, and tax evasion, among others. The publication releases a number of annual surveys, including its GIR 100 top firms for corporate internal investigations, industry 40 Under 40, and its top 100 Women in Investigations.

FTI Consulting’s Lindi Jarvis was one of the 100 women to make the prestigious ranking, which was based on nominations from readers and industry peers. Jarvis is a Senior Managing Director in FTI’s Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment.

“Lindi joins an impressive group of professionals in the Women in Investigations guide,” commented Paul Ficca, Global Leader of the Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment at FTI Consulting. “She plays an integral role in helping clients investigate and mitigate large-scale corruption-related matters and disputes and focuses on ensuring the development and engagement of her teams.”

Based out of Seattle, Jarvis specializes in forensic accounting and litigation consulting, and has international experience in numerous large-scale financial investigative assignments. She has worked on hedge fund, forensic accounting, financial reporting, financial fraud, and white collar crime investigations, and has conducted numerous investigations pursuant to the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act.FTI Consulting's Lindi Jarvis named one of top 100 Women in InvestigationsIn a litigation and dispute advisory capacity, Jarvis has assisted clients in commercial disputes including corporate transactions and earn out calculations. She has further experience in accountant malpractice claims, securities litigation, and damages analyses.

Before joining FTI in 2004, Jarvis worked at Deloitte for seven years, where she started her career as an auditor. Near the end of her tenure with Deloitte, Jarvis spent three years in the firm’s financial advisory services practice in the Cayman Islands, where she managed the liquidation of several hedge funds due to fraudulent asset management. Her work saw extensive travel between the US, UK, and the UAE.

“It is an honor to be named to Global Investigations Review’s Women in Investigations guide, as it showcases the incredible breadth and depth of female talent in the space,” Jarvis remarked. “I look forward to using this as an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of my industry peers, while at the same time inspiring the next generation of women in investigations.”

Jarvis has taught classes at New York University on fraud-related topics, as well as at FTI Consulting’s national training program. Jarvis holds a BComm from the University of Alberta, and is a Certified Public Accountant, a Chartered Accountant in Alberta, and a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder. Jarvis is also an executive board member of the Association of Chartered Accountants in the United States.

In related awards news, FTI’s Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer Paul Linton was recently named one of Savoy Magazine’s Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America. FTI Consulting – a leading provider of restructuring, forensic and litigation, communications, and technology consulting services – recently won a number of its own accolades as well. The firm was named a top provider in 14 legal industry categories in the 2018 Best of Corporate Counsel survey.