Joseph M. Scarlato, MBA, CFE, has 15 years of global specialization in forensic accounting and litigation support. Clients include major property insurance companies, law firms, and corporations. Mr. Scarlato has handled some of the largest international claims in recent history, with particular focus on mining and energy. He has also handled a wide range of diverse matters, with specific focus on quantum and business interruption.
In addition, Mr. Scarlato has been involved with the following losses/engagements: Self-Insured Retention (Monitoring/Review); Subrogation; Internal Corporate Investigation; Physical Inventory Counts and Reconciliations; and Verification and Projection of Indemnity and Expense Payment
Mr. Scarlato enjoys providing lectures and presentations to his peers at industry wide and client-centric gatherings. Prior to forming Lowers Forensics, Mr. Scarlato was a partner at Hagen, Streiff, Newton & Oshiro and worked at Meaden & Moore, and C. Lewis and Company, both of which have provided services to the insurance and legal industry. His primary work experience is in insurance claim analysis, forensic accounting and litigation support.
He is fully bilingual and has served as an expert witness in Spanish and English.
Optimising risk management in the financial services industry – September 9, 2021
Innovations in Small Claims Accounting – May 16, 2019
Energy & Power Generation
Fraud & Species
Hotel & Hospitality
Construction (1st & 3rd Party)
Banking & Financial Services
Ocean & Inland Marine
Breach of Contract
Jeweler’s Block, Wholesalers and Retailers
Credentials & Affiliations
Certified Fraud Examiner
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
American International University- MBA in Accounting and Finance
William Paterson University of New Jersey B.S. in Accounting