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Ali Siddiqui

CFE, Manager
Ali Siddiqui Forensic Accountant Houston
T +1 713.621.3010 F +1 713.621.5635 E [email protected] V Download vCard

Matson, Driscoll & Damico LLP,
The Mellie Esperson Building - 815 Walker Street, Suite 1035 - Houston, TX 77002

Work Experience

As a Certified Fraud Examiner [“CFE”], Ali Siddiqui has managed and conducted numerous forensic accounting engagements on behalf of stakeholders, including management and law enforcement agencies. Due to Ali’s efforts and experience, a special prosecutor was able to obtain a successful conviction related to stolen evidence. In addition to performing multi-national anti-corruption compliance audits, he has also identified and substantiated matters related to reimbursement fraud, employee theft, asset misappropriation and fraudulent billings.

Ali has substantial experience quantifying economic damages and lost profits, with his expert reports and analyses routinely being used to assist clients in achieving satisfactory resolution of cases. He has assisted clients in assessing damages related to intellectual property infringement matters, as well as performing event-related economic impact assessments to assist clients in securing funding.

Beyond his role as a CFE, Ali has assisted clients in measuring losses and other damages related to physical damages, business interruption and extra expenses. He has worked extensively in the catastrophic services area, assisting in the measurement of damages that occurred as a result of disasters such as Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Ike, Harvey, Irma and Florence. While he has worked across a wide variety of industries, he has a strong background in the oil & gas, construction, chemical, sports & entertainment and manufacturing sectors.

Ali is proficient in both Urdu and Hindi.

He received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Houston.

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