Collin Anderson is a Managing Director at Ankura with more than 10 years of experience providing financial- and litigation-related services in assurance, advisory, and investigative settings. Collin has consulted with both public and private companies in industries including financial services, claims administration, and healthcare, and focuses his expertise on data analytics-driven forensic accounting investigations. He is based in Chicago.
Prior to joining Ankura, Collin spent four years in the disputes, claims, and investigations practice of The Claro Group. There he focused his consulting services on data analytics-driven forensic accounting investigations in a variety of industries, including multibillion-dollar class action settlement facilities. Collin provided various services to the Deepwater Horizon Economic Claims Center, including identification of fraudulent claims and schemes, support of the prosecution of fraudulent individuals and clawback of previously paid funds, and the facilitation of supplemental distributions and closeout of a multibillion-dollar fund. Additional investigative engagements included review of financial impropriety allegations by one side of a 50/50 joint venture, review of medical billing records for trends indicative of improper systematic reduced reimbursements, and investigation of potential fraudulent usage of loan proceeds prior to a borrower’s bankruptcy declaration.
Collin began his career with a Big Four accounting firm, providing assurance services primarily to clients in the financial services industry. He was responsible for planning, performing, and executing audits of both public and private institutions ranging in size from $500 million to $100 billion in assets. In addition to leading annual internal control testing and financial statement reviews, he provided compliance testing and reporting required by his clients’ relevant oversight agencies. Such compliance testing and reporting included those required by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, AICPA Service Organization SOC1 standards, and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.