ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill., March 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Capital Forensics, Inc. (CFI) announced today that Christine A. Cornejo will join the firm as a Managing Director, further strengthening CFI's regulatory, compliance and risk management capabilities for financial services firms, FORTUNE 500 companies, and their outside advisors.
Ms. Cornejo has more than two decades of experience as a compliance professional, most recently having served as Director, Compliance and Regulatory at Thomson Reuters (BETA Systems), where she managed that service firm's wealth management compliance department, which supported several of the nation's largest broker-dealers with end-to-end regulatory guidance. In that role, she also worked with regulatory agencies and industry groups to develop alternative and innovative compliance solutions for firms.
Her prior experience also includes senior level positions, involving both compliance-related and operational responsibilities, at Washington Mutual in Seattle, and at Wachovia Securities and Harris Bank in Chicago. At those firms, Ms. Cornejo was involved in a broad range of assignments and special projects, including oversight of FINRA and SEC examinations of retail broker-dealers, clearing conversions, and development of heightened supervisory review disciplines. She is a graduate of DePaul University.
Capital Forensics' Chairman and CEO, Vadim Khavinson, said, "Christine Cornejo possesses a unique combination of skills and experience, encompassing complex regulations, industry initiatives and leading data-driven business technologies. Her intellectual capital and deep operational expertise will be of great value to our clients. We are extremely proud to have a professional of her caliber join the CFI team."
About Capital Forensics. Inc.
Founded in 1993, Capital Forensics, Inc. (CFI) provides data analysis, expert testimony, litigation support and regulatory consulting for the financial services industry. CFI's clients range from financial institutions – including broker-dealers, hedge funds and Registered Investment Advisors – to FORTUNE 500 companies.
CFI's major practice areas include: • Expert Testimony & Litigation Support • Regulatory Consulting • Quantitative Analysis / Data Mining • Forensic Accounting • Arbitration Tools, including ArbReporter,® ArbSelector® and MockArb.™ CFI has assisted business leaders and litigation teams in thousands of successful case resolutions and regulatory inquiries. CFI believes every case is different, and demands detailed analysis, instructive exhibits and effective unbiased testimony. "Strength Through Corroboration" is the premise on which CFI was founded, and it remains as the cornerstone of its value proposition today.
Eric H. Siber
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