The Allscripts Director of Corporate Audit Accused by SEC of Insider Trading Once Worked at Deloitte

Feel free to refer to our earlier post about Steven Dombrowski's trouble with the SEC.

So, there wasn't much about our pal Steve in the SEC complaint, but that's what interns are for. I put my kitten to work against Google and she was able to pull up this now-removed LinkedIn profile that tells us everything we want to know:

Steven Dombrowski, CPA's Overview

Past
Education
  • University of Notre Dame

Looks like our friend has quite the well-rounded skillset:

A hands on leader with broad experience of leading domestic and international financial, operational and Sarbanes-Oxley teams in large public company and middle market global business environments covering a variety of industries including manufacturing, technology, consumer goods, and retail. Strategic thinker striving for practical solutions to improve business process design and controls, company operations and profitability. Proven track record of building and developing effective teams. Strong communication skills and the ability to work with all levels of the organization to clarify risks, assess remedies, and drive implementations have been keys to success. Skilled at effectively operating in fast-paced environments and periods of change.

The really funny part? Check out his areas of expertise:

Areas of expertise include:

Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance| Financial Audits| Operational Audits | Enterprise Risk Assessment | Internal Controls | Annual Audit Plan | Recruiting, Developing and Mentoring Audit Teams | Process Re-Engineering | Software Revenue Recognition | Corporate Governance | Fraud Investigations | Project Management | Board of Directors | Change Management

Hahahaha, awesome! And now he can add SEC investigations to his list!

 

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