Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII
Mr. Turner has extensive experience conducting civil investigations,
concentrating on financial fraud, money laundering and computer crime cases.
During his career, he has assisted hundreds of companies and
organizations resolve fraud matters, primarily in the healthcare, banking,
manufacturing, and service sectors.
He is a Managing Director
with Wilson & Turner Incorporated, where he specializes in the prevention and
detection of financial fraud and employee crime issues. Prior to co-founding
WTI, he served in investigations management positions with regional, national
and international investigations firms, with operational responsibility for
thousands of investigations. Mr. Turner was educated at Tulane University
(BA, International Relations) and the University of Leicester
(MSc, Security & Risk Management).
Turner is an expert in the investigation and documentation of financial fraud
and computer crime matters. He concentrates on the prevention, detection and
resolution of financial fraud schemes. He prepares fidelity bond and employee
crime claims for victim organizations. Working with Fortune 500 and other
leading companies, his efforts have led to numerous multi-million dollar
recoveries from fraud losses. He has been retained to provide expert testimony
regarding fraud, on behalf of governmental, public and private organizations,
for matters before U.S. State, Federal & Bankruptcy courts, as well as
Mr. Turner is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), a Certified International
Investigator (CII), and is licensed as a private investigator. He maintains
active membership in the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners; the American
Bar Association; the American Society of Criminology; the Council of
International Investigators; and many other professional groups.
He serves on the Editorial Boards of
Fraud Magazine and
The John Liner Review,
and he is an advisor to the Audit Committees of Not-for-Profit Organizations.
on ABC News and CNN, he is a commentator on fraud-related topics, including
financial fraud schemes, employee fraud issues and complex fraud schemes, for
the industry as well the national media.
He has written and contributed to more than 40 articles and book chapters
for professional publications of the risk management, security, investigation
and claims industries. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Business School at the
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and in the Criminology Department of
the University of Memphis. He has
lectured around the globe regarding fraud, money laundering, and the
investigation of fraud for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the
American Society for Industrial Security, CPA Societies, professional groups and