is Chairman of Forensic and IARCS The Netherlands, EMA Forensic Chairman. He joined KPMG in 1996 and heads the Forensic and IARCS practice, a department of approximately 100 employees. Jack has carried out and led numerous cross-border investigations for large multinational companies, across all industrial sectors. Engagements have also included Dispute Advisory services and Forensic Technology services for various organizations, the specification and implementation of automated transaction monitoring technologies and advisory activities focusing on the development of anti-fraud strategies for multinational companies. He participated in setting up the Global FITA (Forensic in The Audit) initiative in 2002, which involved various forensic specialists joining KPMG audit teams aiming to enhance audit focus relating to fraud risk areas, including the risk of bribery and corruption. Jack is also an active member of the Global Forensic Executive Committee.
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