Krista Mooney

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Specialty

Forensic Accounting
Fraud Investigations
Fraud Risk Management
Intelligence Screening

Experience

Deals

Education

Queen’s University, Bachelor of Commerce Honours
University of Toronto Rotman School of Management, Investigative and Forensic Accounting

Krista Mooney is a Director in PwC’s Forensic Services practice in Calgary, Alberta. She specializes in providing forensic and accounting services to a diverse client base ranging from private companies to large public multi-national corporations.

Krista investigates matters involving fraud and suspicious circumstances and provides trusted advice to clients on fraud limitation and loss prevention policies. Krista has conducted and participated in numerous assignments related to allegations of management and employee fraud, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA) investigations and compliance reviews, and source and use of funds analyses. Krista has also assisted clients in implementing effective anti-fraud regimes. Krista’s experience covers a variety of industries including mining, financial services, public sector, manufacturing, entertainment, real estate and not for profit.

Krista began her career with PwC in 2003 in the Audit and Assurance practice upon graduating from Queen's University with a Bachelor of Commerce Honours degree. Krista is a Chartered Accountant (CA) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). She is in the process of completing her diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting (IFA) in order to obtain her specialist designation in Investigative and Forensic Accounting (CA.IFA).

Recent transactions:

  • Provided Anti-Bribery and Corruption investigative and remediation services on behalf of the Board of Directors of a Canadian public company. Worked with law enforcement and regulatory agencies.
  • Provided fraud and misappropriation investigative services to a public company in the financial services sector related to allegations of employee fraud through the underwriting of fictitious loans.
  • Provided forensic accounting services to a public company in the exploration industry in relation to an agreement with a third party.