Amanda Massucci, based in the Los Angeles metro area, is a Partner in the EY Forensic and Integrity Services practice. She serves as the West Region Forensics Leader where she leads our team assisting clients with forensic accounting, e-discovery, forensic data analytics, compliance, cost recovery and cyber incident response engagements. She also serves as the Americas Transaction Forensics leader.
With over 30 years of experience working with clients on complex compliance and financial matters, Amanda has assisted a diverse base of clients in various industries, including highly regulated industries. She works closely with in-house investigative counsel, external counsel, in addition to compliance and internal audit leaders.
Amanda has conducted a wide range of accounting and financial fraud investigations. The issues addressed in these investigations include revenue recognition, earnings management, inappropriate accounting for reserves and disclosure requirements.
Many of these investigations are in response to SEC inquiries received by EY clients.
Noteworthy skills include:
• Deep investigative experience
• Litigation matters
• Assessment of internal controls
• Prevention and detection of fraud
• Compliance related matters
• Proactive fraud risk assessments
• Design of anti-fraud programs, including policies and procedures and controls
Amanda assists her clients in connection with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-bribery and corruption matters around the world. She leads global investigations, performs bribery and corruption due diligence on potential acquisition targets, and conducts bribery and corruption compliance assessments. She also assists clients in the design, implementation and monitoring of compliance programs.
Amanda is a member of the Dean’s Business Council at the Geis College of Business, University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana, where she has served as a guest lecturer in the Fraud Examination class. Amanda was recognized by the Chicago Anti-Defamation League as a Women of Achievement for her contributions toward creating a professional community free of bias. She also frequently serves as a keynote speaker, panelist and thought leader on internal investigations, compliance and bribery and corruption related topics.