Citrin Cooperman is pleased to announce that Ken Yormark has joined the firm as a partner and practice leader of the firm’s Forensic Litigation Services Practice. Yormark will play a key role in driving the service line’s growth and innovation.
“The Citrin Cooperman team is made up of extremely qualified experts in the field,” said Yormark. “Joining a firm that already has such a well-established forensic litigation group is thrilling. It is evident that Citrin Cooperman has the expertise and the depth to expand their ever-growing footprint in the forensic accounting space. Already, I feel welcomed by the firm and I am excited to work with the team to bring new strategies and tactics to the group and our clients.”
Yormark joins the firm with over 25 years of public accounting and forensic accounting experience, having most recently led the U.S.-based forensic accounting team at K2 Intelligence. He has spent much of his career as an expert in complex global investigations and forensic and investigative services, testifying at various federal trials.
“Our Forensic Litigation Service Practice has been a rapidly-growing practice area since 2001, and is only continuing to grow with our experts. Ken has a unique and enthusiastic perspective, given his background and testimony experiences, that will only enhance and continue to expand this group,” said Principal and Valuation Advisory Services Practice Leader Mandeep Trivedi. “I am looking forward to this transition and working with Ken to explore his ideas on growth and expansion.”
Yormark is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York, a Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified in Financial Forensics, and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist. He has conducted Ponzi-scheme investigations, high-profile corruption and bribery frauds, as well as performing anti-corruption assessments of major corporations. He works side-by-side with law firms and has testified as an expert witness in federal cases. Yormark received his B.S. from Queens College and completed graduate studies at New York University in real estate development analysis. He is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center and frequently speaks on fraud, forensic accounting, and anti-corruption.