Theodore F. Martens

Retired Partner - Client Consultant, PwC

Ted Martens is a retired PwC Partner working under an extension to perform client consulting services in the Firm's Forensics practice. Ted joined the audit practice of the Firm in 1978 and was admitted to the Firm as a Partner in 1987. He has been working on forensic accounting matters since 1990. His extensive experience includes fraud and FCPA investigations, mass tort claim settlements, damages and lost profits calculations, asset and business valuations, professional malpractice matters and arbitrating purchase price disputes. He has testified in Federal and State Courts and International and Domestic Arbitration hearings. Ted is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) and has an MBA in Accounting. As a member of the Faculty at the National Judicial College, Ted teaches Judges accounting, auditing, forensic accounting and other related topics.


Sessions

Session will describe the roles and responsibilities of the forensic accountants, Court-Appointed Receiver / Trustee, and bankruptcy counsel with respect to the Thomas J. Petters Ponzi Scheme. More