Frank Holder is a leading security and risk mitigation expert on Latin America and the Caribbean in the Western Hemisphere. With over 20 years of experience, he has directed corporate investigations and security consulting assignments across the region. The investigative matters include large-scale internal fraud and public corruption investigations, product protection, litigation support, due diligence and reputational self-due diligence investigations related to politically motivated allegations and defamation campaigns, and hostile takeovers. As a security expert, he has designed the security for international airports, seaports, and complex multijurisdictional distribution networks.Currently, Mr. Holder leads BRG’s Latin America Practice. Prior to joining BRG, he served as CEO of Holder International, which was acquired by FTI in 2007; President of Kroll Inc.’s Consulting Services Group; Head of Kroll’s Latin America and Caribbean region; and President of Holder Associates.Mr. Holder began his career with the U.S. Air Force as a political-military analyst for the U.S. embassy in Argentina and as a special agent for the Office of Special Investigations at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, with responsibilities in areas including counterintelligence and force protection. He won the Airman’s Medal for valor for his actions in the aftermath of the AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires.Mr. Holder is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. He is an accomplished public speaker with numerous presentations throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and Brazil on a broad range of topics such as money laundering, risk management, homeland security, and operational risk. He has written articles on similar topics for U.S. and Latin American newspapers and professional journals. Mr. Holder is also a published author and has taught courses in political science and law on the Inter-American system at the Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires.