Diego Cano is a former Managing Director in the FTI Consulting Forensic and Litigation Consulting practice and is based in Buenos Aires.
For the past 15 years, Mr. Cano has worked on litigation cases and provided fraud investigation consulting. He has managed and supervised complex corporate fraud investigations involving accounting and computer forensic cases, as well as frauds perpetrated in connection with loans and purchases by the accounting department of the investigated companies. Also, over the last several years, Mr. Cano has intensively worked with the implementation of compliance and international anti corruption programs.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, he was Managing Director at Kroll Brazil and Kroll Argentina working in the corporate fraud investigations area. Mr. Cano is frequently asked to provide his opinion to the principal media of Argentina on current matters related to fraud prevention and new technologies. On the March/April 2010 edition, the American Fraud Magazine (from ACFE) published his paper “Don’t Accept Supposed Cultural Norms”, an analysis of Latin American Corruption and Corporate Fraud. In 2009, his chapter “Corporate Fraud Prevention and Detection” of the book “Master in Business”, sponsored by newspaper Clarín and developed by content producer Materia Biz, was also published.
This year he has published the book “Against Fraud. Prevention and investigation in Latin America”.
Mr. Cano has a B.A. in Political Sciences, graduated from Universidad del Salvador and holds an MBA from Universidad de São Paulo; he is Certified Fraud Examiner from ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners) and candidate of a Master in Statistical Information Analysis and Management. He also holds a postgraduate degree from Universidad Di Tella in Executive Finance (PEF).
Additionally, Mr. Cano is a full professor of the subject Argentine Economic Structure for the Economic Sciences course at the Universidad del Salvador and teaches Economic Sociology and Political Economics at the Universidad de Buenos Aires.He is fluent in Spanish, English, and Portuguese.