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Effective time management
Strong organizational skill
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Superior research skills
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Law enforcement professional with extensive experience in financial crimes. Proficiencies include securities, bank, credit and elder fraud, in addition to identity theft.
Represented the estate of Boston Red Sox owner John Henry.
Streamlined correspondence to ensure safety of the client.
Monitored multiple databases to secure assets of the estate.
Licensed, series 7, series 63, and 65.
Successfully managed over 250 financial portfolios.
Honored as a leader in mutual fund sales.
Investigated and resolved dozens of portfolios showing indication of securities fraud and money laundering.
Managed and executed arrest process including court preparation, subpoenas, and warrants.
Researched and resolved hundreds of grand larceny complaints including bank fraud and identity theft.
Community Affairs instructor of drug abuse prevention, cyber bullying and gang resistance curriculum.
Improved and developed self defense tactics for probationary and veteran Police Officers.
Oversaw investigations of numerous financial crimes including securities fraud, money laundering, and idenyity theft.
Member, John Jay College Alumni Association (1994-present)
Member, American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers (1995-present)
Member, National Association of Professional Martial Artists (1995-present)Martial arts study for over thirty years(USA GOJU and Kenpo)
Member , International Association of Financial Criminal Investigators (2015) CAMS certification