FTI Consulting adds Ricardo Indalecio to senior team in Brazil

01 August 2023 Consultancy.lat 2 min. read
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Global consulting firm FTI Consulting has boosted its senior team in Brazil with the hire of Ricardo Indalecio.

Appointed a Managing Director within the firm’s Forensic & Litigation Consulting division, Ricardo Indalecio brings more than 20 years of experience as an auditor and forensic consultant to the firm..

During his career, Indalecio has led numerous complex corporate investigations and shadow investigations, specializing in forensic accounting services, disputes, arbitrations, auditing, evaluation of internal controls, and due diligence.

FTI Consulting adds Ricardo Indalecio to senior team in Brazil

Indalecio joins from KPMG, where he was a partner in charge of technical support to independent auditors in situations or suspicions of fraud, corruption or non-compliance with laws and regulations.

In his role at FTI Consulting, Indalecio will lead the firm’s Forensic Accounting and Advisory Services team in Brazil, overseeing investigations, compliance and forensic accounting projects for clients in the region.

“I look forward to helping FTI Consulting’s clients navigate, develop and manage robust compliance programs and audits, ensuring that they adhere to increasingly complex local and international standards,” he said.

Michael Cullen, Leader of FTI Consulting’s Forensic & Litigation Consulting division in Latin America, said: “Ricardo’s experience leading high-profile, complex investigations will greatly benefit our clients looking to prevent, identify and investigate activities that can derail business operations.”

“Throughout Latin America, organizations are facing mounting risks related to corruption, fraud, financial irregularities, ESG violations and employment breaches. We are therefore delighted to welcome Ricardo to our team.”

Ricardo Indalecio completed his Bacherlor in Accounting at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo and his Bachelor in Civil Engineering at the Universidade Paulista. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in commercial arbitration at Ibmec São Paulo.