I'm interested in all work opportunities, full time or consulting type arrangement. Interested in analyst positions with funds focused on the short side, or due diligence positions with funds on the long side. Worldwide. Interested in strategy which focuses on identifying fraudulent dealings conducted by Banks, Hedge Funds, and the Structured Finance crowd, and then exploits cheap short term trading opportunities prior to blowing the whistle. See my blog and feel free to contact me with questions.
The Forensic Factor (TFF) believes that individual investors are disadvantaged when investing in certain smaller companies. TFF believes we can profit from market inefficiencies while also identifying companies that are misrepresenting their prospects or financial results. By illuminating corruption in the capital markets, individual investors can make more informed decisions when investing hard-earned capital....
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Roddy Boyd is an investigative reporter who has worked for Fortune Magazine, the New York Post, The New York Sun and Institutional Investor News. He also founded The Financial Investigator website, www.thefinancialinvestigator.com. I also wrote "Fatal Risk," on the collapse of AIG.
Most recently, he has founded the Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation, www.sirf-online.org.
SIRF is dedicated to providing document-driven investigative reporting on publicly traded companies. Our work is centered on providing accountability and information to the investing public and regulators. We are organized as a tax-exempt organization, are members of the Investigative News Network and gladly adhere to the highest standards of journalistic integrity. We do not invest in any securities, short or long, and do not take payment for our work. No one sees our work prior to publication.
Sam Antar is a convicted felon and a former CPA. As the CFO of Crazy Eddie, Mr. Antar helped mastermind one of the largest securities frauds uncovered during the 1980s.
Today, Sam Antar is a forensic accountant. His primary work focuses on identifying and investigating public companies engaged in securities fraud by examining their accounting practices and performing an in-depth (deep-dive) financial analysis. His clients include law firms, research firms, hedge funds, and certain other entities. He advises law enforcement agencies and professionals about white-collar crime and trains them to catch the crooks.
His views on white-collar crime are frequently quoted in the print news media, online news media, TV media, professional journals, books, and blogs. He has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business Channel, WSJ Live, CNBC, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canadian Business News Network, National Public Radio’s Planet Money, Progressive Radio Network, Reuters TV, RT News, and other media outlets to give insights on white-collar crime. His articles have been published by Business Insider, CNBC, Newsweek, Seeking Alpha, TalkMarkets, and other publications.