As chief of forensics for the committee examining the United Nations Oil-for-Food Program, Frank was responsible for forensic accounting tasks as well as the development of analytical databases designed to combine all available information about contracts and transactions underlying the program.
"Life after retirement is a blast. I'm having a great time here at Deloitte. After retiring almost ten years ago from a competitor, I un-retired within two years to work with Paul Volcker on the investigation of the UN and the Oil-for-Food Program, and have been un-retired since, thanks to Deloitte. I get to work with great people, do interesting things, write stuff, continue to learn, help others innovate, and, best of all, lead and help grow a service line in which I very much believe. Recently, I was asked to take a Global role helping Financial Advisory develop competencies, products, and market offerings as part of the firm's Global Analytics Initiative. Quite an honor. I kid you not, un-retirement is busier than either working in the first place or retiring from working!"
Frank also led a crucial part of the massive forensic effort in the investigation of Holocaust-era accounts held by Swiss banks. One of the largest investigations of its kind, Frank's team used forensic techniques to reconstruct the activity of more than 800,000 Holocaust-era accounts at one of the largest banks in Switzerland. Of these, tens of thousands were identified as possibly belonging to victims of Nazi persecution.
Earlier in his career, Frank was the founding partner of the Forensic Technology Solutions practice at another Big Four accounting firm, where he is credited with establishing the first client-facing technology practice in the context of disputes, investigations and reorganizations.
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