Bill Waldie
Managing Director
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PwC forensic investigation experience: bribes/kickbacks, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations, embezzlement, asset misappropriation, cyber intrusion, money laundering, work place violence and complex fraud schemes
Specializes in anti-corruption compliance program evaluation, design and implementation
Former FBI Special Agent who initiated and managed hundreds of sophisticated criminal and terrorism investigations
Significant experience testifying in federal court, state court and grand jury
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Bill Waldie is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Disputes and Investigations in New York. He has over 30 years of professional experience specializing in sophisticated internal corporate investigations, anti-corruption, fraud and embezzlement, money laundering and forensic accounting investigations. He also helps clients assess and develop compliance programs.

Mr. Waldie has extensive physical security knowledge to assess, design and deliver custom global security solutions and provide training for organizations. Mr. Waldie's experience covers a broad range of industries including: financial services, pharmaceutical, construction, commercial real estate, waste water treatment, agriculture, education, technology, industrial products, consumer services, retail, sports, healthcare, automotive, aerospace and defense.

Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Waldie was a Senior Director in PwC's Forensic Services and Strategic Threat Management Practice. There, he spent five years leading global forensic investigations involving allegations of fraud, bribery and corruption.

Mr. Waldie was also a Special Agent with the FBI where he managed and investigated hundreds complex criminal and terrorism investigations for nearly 24 years. He was the lead case agent on the largest public corruption and international money laundering investigation in New Jersey history. The investigation resulted in the disruption of a billion dollar a year international money laundering ring, the dismantling of a $400 million Ponzi scheme and the disruption of an international human organ trafficking ring resulting in the first human organ trafficking conviction in United States history.

During his career with the FBI, Mr. Waldie received the Joint Civilian Service Achievement Award, FBI Combat Theatre Award, FBI Combat Ribbon and the FBI Director's Award for his service overseas. He was also awarded two additional FBI Director's Awards for outstanding criminal investigation during his career. The Director's Award is one of the most prestigious awards in the FBI.

Mr. Waldie earned a bachelor's degree from Rider University and is a CPA and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). He is a trained law enforcement instructor who lectured throughout the U.S., Caribbean, and Middle East while with the FBI. He has also lectured at numerous corporations and universities covering fraud, money laundering, anti-bribery anti-corruption, active shooter, investigative interviewing and other forensic topics.