RGL Forensics Hires Bert Lacativo and John Stanley

Press ReleaseJuly 2015


RGL Forensics is pleased to announce that Bert Lacativo (partner) and John Stanley (director) have joined the firm in our Dallas office.

Dallas, Texas – July 6, 2015 – RGL Forensics is pleased to announce that Bert Lacativo (partner) and John Stanley (director) have joined the firm in our Dallas office.

Mr. Lacativo has over 35 years of financial and investigative experience obtained while working for the government, corporations and as a consultant. He is a former FBI Special Agent and has been responsible for conducting high profile, sensitive, international and domestic white-collar fraud investigations. He has also consulted with clients regarding the assessment, development and implementation of fraud prevention, deterrence and detection techniques and programs. Prior to joining RGL, Lacativo held senior positions with firms offering forensics services and as a partner in the forensics services practice of a Big 4 accounting firm.

Mr. Stanley has nearly two decades of experience providing investigative and forensic accounting services to clients with a focus on fraud and anti-corruption. He has assisted clients with reactive investigations and proactive compliance program assessments and enhancements, as well as transactional due diligence related to corruption risk. Prior to joining RGL, Stanley spent the majority of his career with a Big 4 accounting firm's forensic services group including three years leading the firm's practice in Japan.

"The addition of Bert and John will allow RGL to provide more comprehensive investigation services to our clients," said Angie MacPhee, CEO. She added, "We are excited about the opportunity to grow our fraud and corporate practices over the coming years."

Lacativo is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Fraud Examiner and is Certified in Financial Forensics. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Iona College and completed Special Agent Training at the FBI Academy.

Stanley is a Certified Forensic Examiner. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin.


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