Jared C. Jordan, CFE
Phone: (512) 355-1120
Fax: (713) 759-0968
327 Congress, Suite 490
Austin, Texas 78701

Jared C. Jordan, CFE

Managing Director | Austin

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Jared C. Jordan serves as a Managing Director in the Dispute Advisory & Forensics practice and is the leader of our Austin office. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner with over 17 years of experience assisting clients with the financial and accounting aspects of disputes and investigations including serving as an expert witness in state and federal court, as well as in arbitration. Jared’s experience includes developing and analyzing damage claims, conducting fraud and financial forensics investigations, valuing businesses and intangible assets, examining and assessing corporate governance practices and internal controls, and evaluating complex data sets resulting from allegations of breach of contract, financial misrepresentation, fraud, director, officer and employee misconduct, misuse of corporate funds and breach of fiduciary duty. He regularly directs large complex engagements often involving cross-disciplinary teams of forensic accountants, fraud examiners, business valuators, engineers, statisticians, data specialists, and electronic discovery and computer forensics personnel. His clients include law firms, government agencies and corporations including senior management, general counsels and Boards of Directors spanning the financial services, high-tech, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, and telecommunications industries among others.

Jared previously served in a Director level position in the Disputes & Investigations practice of an international publicly-traded consulting firm. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance in 1999 and currently serves on the Advisory Council for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Jared also regularly presents on wide range of topics including quantifying damages and conducting fraud, forensic and special investigations in and out of the litigation setting.

Education
BBA Finance - University of Texas at Austin (1999)
Accreditations & Licenses
Certified Fraud Examiner - Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Licensed Private Investigator - Texas Department of Public Safety, Private Security Bureau
Professional Affiliations & Activities
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Advisory Council
Institute of Management Accountants
American Bar Association
Austin Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Director
Civic Involvement
Dell Children's Council
American Diabetes Association – Central Texas Father’s Day Council (2014)
Explore Austin – Quest for the Summit Host (2015 – 2017)
Publications & Speaking Engagements
"Information Security Breaches: Detection, Responses and Management", Austin Bar Association, October 2009
"Evaluation of Advanced Metering System (AMS) Deployment in Texas – Meter Accuracy Assessment", Gulf Cost Power Association, August 2010
"Smart Metering Deployments: Pitfalls and Perils", White Paper, September 2010
"Role of Forensic Investigations in Data Breach Response", International Association of Privacy Professionals – Austin Chapter, June 2011
"Role of Forensic Investigations in Data Breach Response", Dallas / Fort Worth Association of Litigation Support Managers, September 2011
"Leveraging Digital Evidence in Theft of Trade Secret Investigations", Employees Retirement System of Texas, October 2011
"Managing Risk and the Role of Forensic Investigations in Data Breaches", Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – Austin Chapter, January 2012
"Overview of Forensic, Fraud and Special Investigations", Guest Lecturer – Graduate Level Fraud Detection and Prevention Class at the McCoy College of Business Administration (Texas State University), March 2012
"Theft of Trade Secrets – Mitigating Risk and Conducting Successful Investigations", Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – Austin Chapter, April 2012
"Lost Profits In Construction Litigation: Proving and Defending Damages", Construction Law Section – Austin Bar Association, May 2014
"Intangible Economic Damages: Leveraging Methods of Proof, Valuation Techniques and Use of Experts", Stafford, March 2015
“The Role of the Fraud Examiner in Litigation,” Guest Lecturer – Graduate Level Fraud Detection and Prevention Class at the McCoy College of Business Administration (Texas State University), November 2015
“Finding A Way Through The Mayhem,” Austin Lawyer, September 2016
“Proposed IRS Rules Threaten Austin Businesses,” Austin Business Journal, October 2016
“Proposed IRS Regulations May Increase Estate and Gift Taxes on Transfer of Family Business Interests,” Austin Lawyer, December 2016

This is not a CPA firm.