Mark Rambin joins Echelon Analytics, will lead Financial Investigation and Forensic Accounting practice
DALLAS — Mark Rambin has joined Dallas-based Echelon Analytics, a nationally recognized consulting firm focused on economic and financial analysis in litigation and disputes.
“Mark, like the other leadership of Echelon, has the ‘big firm’ and ‘big case’ experience that instills confidence in our clients who are facing game-changing disputes, litigation or other disruptions,” said Barry Bell, Managing Member of Echelon. “His deep expertise in financial investigations and forensic accounting broadens the scope of services we can offer our clients, and his commercial damages experience deepens our already robust damages expert witness credentials.”
Rambin is an experienced forensic accountant with a substantial background in financial investigation, the analysis of economic damages issues, and litigation consulting. A licensed CPA for over 30 years, he specializes in providing objective and fact-based analysis to his clients, allowing them to make better informed decisions about disputes, litigation, or other critical business challenges facing them.
Mark’s experience in financial investigation includes engagements on behalf of bankruptcy trustees, receivers, and numerous government authorities and regulatory agencies, including the United States Department of Justice, the Texas Office of the Attorney General, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Texas Department of Insurance, among others. These matters have included the investigation of complex failures of financial institutions, insurance companies, and other businesses engaged in many industries. His work has been utilized in civil litigation and criminal prosecutions of former officers and directors, insiders, outside professionals, and other parties alleged to have caused damages, received preferential transfers, or committed illegal acts.
Rambin is regularly engaged by both plaintiff and defense litigation counsel to provide investigation, analysis, and expert opinions concerning economic damages related to disputes, claims, and litigation. Such matters often relate to claims of lost profits, business interruption losses, professional liability claims, complex property loss and personal injury claims, and trademark or trade secret disputes. His opinions, often presented through written reports and expert testimony, have been presented before Federal and State District courts and Bankruptcy courts in multiple jurisdictions throughout Texas and in other states.
Mark’s earlier career included positions in the audit and consulting practices of KPMG and BDO. He later joined the disputes and litigation practice of Peterson Consulting, which subsequently became Navigant Consulting. He most recently served as a Partner and the Director of Litigation Services and Forensic Accounting with Dallas-based Travis Wolff. During his tenure with Travis Wolff, surveys of Texas attorneys conducted by Texas Lawyer magazine consistently named the firm as “Texas Best” forensic accounting firm in Dallas.
A fifth generation Texan with family roots dating back to The Republic of Texas, Rambin holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from The University of Texas at Austin. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants. Echelon Analytics is not a CPA firm.
Echelon Analytics is a recognized leader in expert witness services, economic and financial analysis, business consulting, financial investigation and forensic accounting. From its offices in Dallas, Houston, and Salt Lake City, the firm works with law firms, corporations, government entities, and private individuals across the United States and internationally in matters involving commercial damages, intellectual property disputes and valuation, and banking and finance litigation.