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Danny Dukes, MBA, CPA, CFE
Managing Partner
101 Avalon Ct.
Canton GA 30115
phone: 770-406-1820
fax: 404-393-9019
Danny DukeDanny F. Dukes and Associates, LLC is a Forensic Accounting Firm that specializes in expert witness and litigation support services. We have investigated fraud and various financial transactions. We are extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of laws pertaining to financial transactions and lending transactions.

Our founder, Danny F. Dukes, has spent over 28 years in the financial institutions and mortgage industry. Danny understands all aspects of mortgage and financial institution transactions.

As a consultant, he has assisted community banks with investment management, asset liability management, investment banking, compliance issues, internal audit, bank operations, bank policies and general accepted accounting principles. He has assisted in a capital raise for de-novo banks. He has also served as a lead on the selection of data processing solutions and transition teams for mergers and acquisitions.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Bank Fraud & Embezzlement
  • Bank Operations & Practices
  • Cash Management
  • Check Processing / Check 21
  • Check Kiting
  • Deposit Accounts
  • Electronic Transactions / ACH, ATMs
  • Embezzlement
  • Loan Administration
  • Money Laundering
  • Payment Processing & Fraud Detection/Prevention
  • Royalty Audits
  • Damage Computation
  • Claims Analysis
  • Determination of Compliance
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    Shamrock Consulting
    Marie G. Kerr
    Davidsonville MD 21035
    phone: 410-353-4414
    Marie Kerr Financial Fraud  Expert PhotoMarie G. Kerr specializes in Financial Fraud. She is a Certified Financial Crime Specialist, Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), and Project Management Professional (PMP).

    Ms. Kerr is a financial industry veteran with a deep understanding of how financial institutions work. She has served as a Homeland Security Program Advisor and Fraud Detection Subject Matter Expert (SME) and an IT and AML Advisor for a three-bank merger. Her experience includes uncovering the flow of financial transactions through banking application software and banking payment systems, detection of fraud and money laundering, understanding the architecture and data design of software systems and how they can be used to commit financial crimes, and the implementation of COTS products.

    Litigation Support - Marie Kerr provides litigation support strategy and interrogatories for financial crime (fraud) cases involving large international banks. Her cases may involve:
    • Payment Systems
    • Financial Crime / Fraud Detection
    • Anti-money Laundering (AML)
    • Regulatory Issues
    • Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)
  • Compliance Solutions
  • Data Analytics
  • Software Development and Implementation
  • Gap and Data Analysis
  • COTS Products
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    8/23/2016 · Banking
    The recent guidance (warning, really) from the FDIC1 on the need for financial institutions to perform due diligence when selecting anti-money laundering (AML) software puts the proof of compliance burden squarely on the financial institution. It also points to the need for an enterprise solutions architecture, one that builds on existing structures-how things really are-rather than on pushing through a vendor package. While there is no doubt that commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products play an integral part in AML compliance, there is also no doubt that AML software depends on the quality and uniformity of data supplied by the financial institution. The systems, data, processes and organizational structure of the enterprise form the infrastructure of compliance, and these must be understood and documented to ensure that the COTS "solutions" are just that. If, for example, a bank wanted to institute an automated customer risk scoring system, there would be many questions that needed answers before software could be selected and installed...

    7/15/2016 · Banking
    A lonely woman falls for a silver-haired gentleman-the face of a criminal enterprise in Africa-in one of the most common romance scams known to law enforcement. She loses her house and her savings. She is devastated both financially and emotionally, taken in by shysters who understand the vulnerabilities of the lonely. And in this true case, the lonely woman is also a victim of the American banking system.

    6/7/2016 · Banking
    In one critical anti-money laundering (AML) review of a mid-tier bank, examiners admitted to having a hard time understanding how the transaction monitoring system worked.

    4/29/2016 · Banking
    A financial institution can have a comprehensive anti-money laundering program, a staff of experts, and a million-dollar (or more) specialized computer system in place and yet still miss potential problem customers because they failed to collect or use important data. In the end, it all comes down to data-discrete pieces of information that need to be collected, analyzed and presented in meaningful ways-to make a successful anti-money laundering program. No matter what automated or procedural anti-money laundering programs you have in place, the success of the program depends on meaningful data.One of the first steps in creating an effective program, then, is to develop a data plan to understand what data must be captured, how to capture it, how to analyze it, how to report it and how to use it.

    4/7/2016 · Banking
    What started out as an apparently straight-forward Transaction Monitoring System Validation project took an interesting and cautionary turn at an international bank recently. The Project Team assembled for the task-as well as executive management at the Bank-expected that the Validation would discover some less-than-perfect data mapping from their core banking system to their Transaction Monitoring System. A completely new Compliance staff had reviewed the Bank's unfamiliar (to them) Transaction Monitoring System, and could see that something wasn't quite right. Wires were not appearing properly on reports, General Ledger account numbers were showing up instead of Customer Account Numbers, and there were unnecessary transaction codes, like Wire fees, clogging the system. It seemed like a simple, methodical task of documenting the current mapping and making appropriate changes.

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    Tom E. Dailey
    70 W. Madison St., Suite 1400
    Chicago IL 60602
    phone: 312-214-3333
    fax: 866-383-4630
    Tom E. Dailey is a globally-recognized leader in the Payments Industry. Mr. Dailey has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of credit card and payment processing. As a Payments Industry Consultant, his clients have included retailers, investors, law firms, senior executives, payments organizations, card issuers, researchers and others in organizations ranging in size from start-ups to multinational corporations.

    Background - Mr. Dailey served as Head of Discover Card’s merchant business unit and as CEO, board member, and investor at 2Checkout. He also sits on the Board of Directors at Merchant e-Solutions. Mr. Dailey has experience managing multiple international corporate subsidiaries and operating in complex/international regulatory environments. He directly managed a large P&L ($2 billion+) and workforce (2,000+) in multi-disciplinary, multi-geography organizations and successfully led $70+ million funding rounds.

    Litigation Support - Tom Dailey provides expert witness assistance with Transaction Forensics, including analysis of payments processes and flows to reconstruct event chronologies, identify vulnerabilities, and trace activities related to fraud, data compromise, malfeasance or other events with fiscal or reputational impact.

    With services available to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defense, Mr. Dailey provides assistance with government / industry regulation analysis, contract and report interpretation, production requests, document drafting support, preparation of declarations and expert reports, depositions and court testimony, and review and rebuttal of opposing party declarations, documents, and expert reports.

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