Nathan Hein, CPA. CFF
Nathan has over a decade of Public Accounting experience at Big 4 firms executing and leading dozens of forensics and internal investigation matters. These included M&A due diligence, post-acquisition integration and dispute remediation, financial restatements, internal investigations, monitorships, risk and control assessments, and complex litigation support.
Nathan also has experience in managing all aspects of the financials for a high-growth, PE-backed manufacturing company.
Monitorship of multi-billion-dollar international entity supporting outside counsel. Lead Senior Manager responsible for all aspects of the engagement. Primary procedures included performing interviews and walk-throughs of the company’s processes, conducting complex analytical procedures on large volumes of structured accounting & finance data, and evaluation of internal control environment enhancements. Work product included continuous client updates and completion of multiple annual reports, which contained findings and recommendations subsequently filed under seal in federal court.
Numerous alleged employee misconduct, internal investigation, asset misappropriation and whistleblower investigations across industries relating to internal control failures.
Multi-year financial restatement of a publicly traded company due to accounting irregularities of various financial statement accounts. Lead manager responsible for performing account analysis to determine whether the company’s historic estimates and assumptions were supportable and in compliance with US GAAP. Procedures included calculating and preparing adjusting journal entries and conducting financial statement analysis for multiple years of Balance Sheets, Income Statements and Statements of Cash Flows.
Numerous anti-bribery, anti-corruption due diligence assessments, including leading on-site fieldwork for two multi-billion-dollar acquisitions of LATAM targets.
Review and investigation of the public finances of a government of a major sub-Saharan African country. Investigative procedures include extensive interviews with government ministries and analysis of the country’s budget, debt management, treasury operations and foreign reserve processes. Significant on-site time in West Africa.
Purchase price dispute engagement related to the calculation of EBITDA for the relevant earn-out period provided for in the transaction agreement. Assisted client in the preparation of arbitration submissions.
Nathan studied accounting and graduated from Hope College in 2009. He is a licensed CPA in TX, IL and MT.