- Senior Director at AlixPartners
- Director at Deloitte
- Manager at PwC
- Manager at Arthur Andersen
- Member, Forbes Finance Council
- “Top Ten Anti-Corruption Red Flags in Latin America” Law 360 July 5, 2016
- Speaker, “Brazilian Chamber of Commerce LAVO JATO Program”
- Speaker, “Compliance in Brazil and Beyond: A Brave New World”
Rajal Dubal is a Managing Director based in Exiger’s New York office. Rajal has more than 25 years of experience as a forensic accountant in corporate investigations, anti-corruption, financial accounting and reporting, applied analytics, transactional advice, compliance monitoring and remediation, mergers and acquisitions due diligence and auditing.
She has conducted investigations on some of the most complex and high-profile cases in the world. Rajal has also served as an expert for the US Securities and Exchange Commission in a civil case against foreign executives involved in a bribery scheme. She is a member of the Forbes Finance Council.
Rajal has conducted numerous fraud and anti-corruption investigations in various countries worldwide, including several in Argentina, Australia, Azerbaijan, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.
Prior to joining Exiger, Rajal was as a Director at AlixPartners. At AlixPartners Rajal led multiple investigations involving foreign corrupt practices issues, revenue recognition, financial-reporting irregularities, the propriety of related-party activities, and alleged fraudulent transactions. She has led numerous independent internal investigations on behalf of Audit Committees, companies and regulators.
Rajal also brings deep expertise in financial compliance environments. She has advised clients on compliance monitoring and developed remediation plans that have been approved by regulators.
Before AlixPartners, Rajal worked at Deloitte as a Director, while there she specialized in conducting independent investigations including certain cases where she investigated reserve estimation, long-term-contract accounting, contingent liabilities, and review of internal controls and accounting systems.
Rajal also held the position of Manager at PwC, there she investigated management financial-reporting frauds, whistle-blower allegations, employee embezzlements, insurance frauds, and management/employee kickbacks.
Rajal is a Michigan-licensed CPA.
- University of Michigan, B.B.A.