- Managing Director at Kroll Advisory (Toronto)
- Director at Navigant Consulting
- “Do the due…in an acquisition, management must conduct meaningful due diligence to avoid serious disasters or dramatic losses,” CA Magazine: Fraud Section, August 2003 (co-author)
Selected Speaking Engagements
- Co-Presenter, “Managing and Auditing Third Parties to Avoid Fines” (2nd Annual Marcus Evans Canadian & Global Anti-Corruption Compliance Conference), February 2013
- Co-Presenter, “Where’s Waldo’s Stuff? Chasing Assets Around a Wired World” (Osgoode Hall Law School, Professional Development CLE), June 2009
- Co-Presenter, "The Divining Rod" (11th Fraud Conference, Association of Certified Forensic Investigations of Canada), May 2009
Deborah Gold is a Managing Director based in Exiger’s Toronto office. She has over two decades of consulting experience and is an expert in corporate investigations, employee embezzlement, procurement fraud, contests for corporate control, integrity and investigative due diligence, and litigation support.
Deborah joined Exiger from Kroll, where she was Managing Director in the advisory practice, heading up its Business Intelligence practice in Toronto. In this role, she provided due diligence solutions to support clients’ commercial transactions, investments, and regulatory compliance requirements, and helped manage their legal, regulatory, financial, and reputational risks. Deborah also assisted clients with internal investigations and litigation support, and assisted with anti-money laundering (AML) and FCPA compliance reviews, including assessing research processes and protocols.Her expertise in integrity and investigative due diligence includes the investigation of the backgrounds of companies, their senior management, and key employees.
Prior to re-joining Kroll as Managing Director, Deborah was a Director at Navigant Consulting. Before her time at Navigant, Deborah worked at a boutique forensic accounting and investigations firm, in its Business Intelligence area. She began her career in private legal practice, where she focused on commercial litigation, employment and labor law.
Deborah is a frequent lecturer on intelligence gathering for professional organizations and law enforcement agencies, including the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners of Canda, Toronto Police Service Fraud Squad, Osgoode Hall Law School, Professional Development (CLE), and the Canadian Bar Association.
- McGill University, B.A.
- Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B.