Prior to joining Kroll, Jay served as Director at Alvarez & Marsal, leading the data analytics efforts for the Disputes and Investigations practice in Asia. Before that, he worked with EY as part of the Legal Technology Services practice.
In his entire career, Jay has assisted clients with data analytics and technology solutions in response to regulatory enquiries or internal investigations on matters related to financial crimes such as money laundering, bribery, corruption, financial statement fraud and insider trading. He has handled several notable engagements, which include leading a Data Analytics team for a post-breach cyber matter to identify high-risk personal identifiable information for notifications, as required by regulators. He has also led a Data Analytics team as part of an FCPA investigation for a multinational technology company facing enquiries by the U.S. Department of Justice. In addition, Jay has worked with a digital currency exchange to perform historical customer and transactional analysis in response to regulatory enquiries.
Jay has also handled insolvency and bankruptcy matters to support data preservation and data analytics efforts. His significant assignments include the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, where he oversaw information management and data mining for derivatives-related litigation matters during his time in New York. Jay has also led data preservation efforts for various insolvency matters, based in Hong Kong.
Jay received a Bachelor of Science in finance and information systems from the Stern School of Business at New York University.