Matthew J. Shelhorse

Partner, Forensic Services
PwC LLP

MATT SHELHORSE is a Partner in PwC's Forensic Services Practice.  Matt has over twenty four years of forensic accounting, consulting and financial management experience and has led large complex engagements for multinational organizations in over twenty five different countries.  Matt's range of experience includes providing assistance with respect to corporate investigations, misappropriation of assets and related misconduct, corporate intelligence and background research, regulatory inquiries/examinations, governance and compliance matters, allegations of bribery and corruption, conducting risk assessments, due diligence assignments, complex data analysis and targeted electronic discovery processes.  In connection with certain engagement matters, Matt has interacted with and/or been interviewed by representatives of the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission, the FBI and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.  Matt has provided deposition testimony and has served as an expert in a dispute involving a bankrupt financial institution.  Matt has developed and instructed training courses and case studies on fraud and forensic accounting and has lectured groups on such topics at numerous corporations, universities and professional association events.  In addition, Matt co-authored a chapter titled "Corporate Remediation" in "A Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation" (second edition) and served as the editor of PwC's thought leadership piece titled "Cleaning Up Corruption: Why anti-corruption compliance is now on the C-Suite radar" and host for a related video series.