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Michael D. Wilson
Willliam A. Sinacori, JD
Paul C. Price
Michael D. Wilson
Principal and Managing Director
Mr. Wilson is a founding member
of Integrity Partners and serves as the Managing Director of the Company. He
conducts a variety of internal corporate and financial fraud investigations
and develops and evaluates corporate compliance and business ethics programs.
Mr. Wilson also provides investigative advisory services including asset
tracing, advice and investigative support in all matters of fraud and abuse.
Mr. Wilson joined the private sector after a 26-year career with the Federal
Bureau of Investigation. In the private sector, Mr. Wilson led the Houston office Forensic
Practice at a Big Four accounting firm for over six years, and subsequently
for an international internal audit and consulting company. During his tenure
with the FBI, Mr. Wilson worked as an investigator, supervisor and senior
manager at some of the highest levels within the Bureau. Mr. Wilson's
exceptional investigative and administrative skills resulted in his
appointment to high FBI executive positions within the Federal Senior
Executive Service, including Special Agent in Charge of the San Antonio and
Houston Divisions and Deputy Assistant Director, Organized Crime and Drug
Sections of the Criminal Investigative Division at FBI headquarters in
Washington D.C. Mr. Wilson has extensive experience in complex white collar
crime investigations, including interstate and international theft and
embezzlement, asset location/recovery, corruption, commercial bribery, and
fraud and abuse involving health care, financial institutions and numerous
types of business and service entities, both public and private, including
public utilities, energy exploration, oil well services, and other
petrochemical companies. Mr. Wilson also has extensive experience in complex
organized crime issues including extortionate credit transactions, gaming,
and racketeer influenced and corrupt organizations.
Selected Engagement Experience
proposed purchasers of $175 million in assets overseas for oil services
company, identifying fraudulent nature or insufficient capital of five of the
nine purchasers. Client’s sale of the
assets closed without incident.
and proved theft of tons of diesel fuel from chemical storage plant by plant
manager. Plant manager was indicted
and plea deal for full restitution is pending.
outsourced IT administration company employee’s theft of seismic data related
to well containing at least $54 million in reserves from oil and gas
exploration company’s computer network.
Assisted client’s attorneys with civil litigation and presentation of
case for prosecution.
Education and Affiliations