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Patrick Murphy

Supervisory Special Agent (Retired)

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Pat Murphy, JD, CPA, Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist is a retired Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI with 26 years of experience.  He spent his career investigating and supervising complex white-collar crime cases and public corruption.  In 2003, Pat began what would go on to become the case known as Operation Board Games which would lead to the indictment and conviction of Governor Rod Blagojevich.  In 2006, during this investigation, Pat was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent in charge of the Blagojevich investigation. He was also named the public corruption coordinator for the Chicago office of the FBI. Pat also served on a fraud and corruption task force in Iraq.  Pat is the recipient of the FBI Director's Award for Outstanding Investigation and the U.S. Attorney General's Award for Distinguished Service.

After retiring from the FBI, Pat joined Grant Thornton, LLP as Director of Forensic, Investigative and Dispute Services. Pat led internal investigations for fraud, theft and corruption for corporate and government clients.

Pat is currently the Vice President of Investigations at Prescient, a due diligence, investigations, cyber and intelligence firm.

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