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Gary Berrigan brings extensive and progressive experience, including international experience, to companies in all stages of development from start-ups to national and global corporations in industries such as manufacturing, retail, entertainment, technology and biopharmaceutical.  


A proven track record with significant management experience in the following: 

-Process reengineering and internal controls
-Internal auditing and regulatory matters, including SOX
-Enterprise risk management
-International operations
-Fraud investigations (including Whistleblower complaints and FCPA)

-Financial and business due diligence

-Business development

-ERP implementation
-Board meetings and governance


Gary is responsible for the delivery of Sox compliance, internal audit and risk management and has helped clients with initial public offerings, financial due diligence and implementing and strengthening internal controls and process improvements.  Gary is experienced in helping clients achieve their strategic objectives in areas such as compliance with the Sarbanes Oxley Act, enterprise risk management, controls over ERP implementations, fraud investigations (including Whistleblower complaints and FCPA), creation of policies and procedures and employee training.


Gary leads internal audit and SOX compliance initiatives for clients, helping to remediate deficiencies and material weaknesses and analyze the number of key controls and risks.  Gary has recently assisted Inseego Corp. in San Diego and  SeaChange International in Massachusetts.  Gary has served as Director Internal Audit for Zix Corp. and MRV Communications through its acquisitions and Globe Specialty Metals through numerous acquisitions and growth.  Gary has also served as Senior Manager of Internal Controls for Geller & Company and Interpublic Group of Companies, a fortune 500 media and advertising company; Director of Fraud Investigations for New York Life Insurance and as a member of KPMG's Forensic and Litigation Group. Gary began his career with the FBI and served as a Financial Analyst supporting white collar crime, political corruption and anti-money laundering initiatives. He is skilled in evaluating the internal control environment of companies for compliance with SEC requirements, both within the United States and internationally.  

Gary has trained at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia for the investigations of white collar crime, political corruption and money laundering, and has spoken on the impact of the Sarbanes Oxley Act for smaller businesses.  

Gary earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Rutgers University.

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