Gerard Caulfield is a Partner at Renaissance.
Gerard has over a decade of experience in investigations and forensic accounting. He leads engagements involving corporate and non-profit internal investigations, white-collar criminal matters, civil matters, and other disputes or special situations. Gerard’s experience has involved securities fraud, investment schemes, health care fraud, construction fraud, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, sexual abuse and misconduct and many other types of disputes, litigation or investigation.
Gerard has worked extensively on criminal and civil trial teams, on behalf of both prosecutors and defense attorneys, providing investigative and forensic accounting support, including in the courtroom. He has served as an expert in a civil fraud matter working on behalf of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).
Gerard has also led several long-term engagements assisting the Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Offices of Inspector General (OIGs) with large scale matters such as the LIBOR and FX investigations. He also leads Renaissance’s engagements with the Health Care Fraud Unit of the Department of Justice Criminal Division’s Fraud Section. In addition, Gerard has been retained for over ten years by major professional sports league players’ associations to provide audit, monitoring and contractual compliance services pursuant to the unions’ Collective Bargaining Agreements.
Gerard’s experience also includes significant involvement in the internal investigative processes of large religious institutions for abuse and misconduct allegations. Similarly, in the context of mass torts, he has been engaged by major insurance companies to assess abuse and/or misconduct claims, claimant credibility, and the process by which such claims were aggregated. In the course of these efforts, Gerard has coordinated and performed in-depth investigative research using public and internal records and interviews of alleged victims, abusers and corroborating witnesses.
Gerard began his career in public accounting and was a senior auditor of hedge funds and private equity funds of varying size and investment strategy.
Gerard is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in New York State and is a Certified Fraud Examiner. He was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Providence College.