Glenn Rosen

Senior Forensic Auditor

Glenn A. Rosen is a senior forensic auditor based in the New York office. Prior to joining Guidepost, Mr. Rosen was a sole practitioner providing anti-money laundering services where he reviewed financial transactions, presented on investigative findings, and prepared Suspicious Activity Reports. He also assisted law firms and investigative consultants by performing forensic reviews of books and records for the purpose of identifying financial fraud for litigation.

Mr. Rosen spent 25 years as a Special Agent with the Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division where he conducted complex white-collar financial investigations involving criminal tax, money laundering, bank fraud, bankruptcy fraud, check cashing fraud, healthcare fraud, kickbacks, bank secrecy violations, as well as financial transactions designed to facilitate these activities.

Mr. Rosen conducted criminal investigations including document analysis, tracing financial transactions, preparing charts and exhibits, interviewing witnesses and subjects, securing evidence from outside sources, surveillance, undercover operations, executing arrest and search warrants, coordinating multi-agency involvement, testifying in court and executing criminal and civil forfeitures. Many of his investigations included analyzing voluminous and highly sophisticated financial documents of individuals and businesses to detect patterns, anomalies and schemes in uncovering fraudulent activity. He also has substantial experience deciphering and analyzing business accounting systems, books of original entry, financial statements and tax returns.

Prior to becoming a Special Agent, Mr. Rosen was a Revenue Agent for the Internal Revenue Service, Civil Division for six years auditing tax returns of individuals, corporations, and partnerships. He was also a Resident Lead Instructor responsible for planning, organizing the assignments for instructors, counseling, and resolving technical problems for newly hired Revenue Agents.

During his tenure at the Internal Revenue Service, Mr. Rosen received numerous awards and commendations from the Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Treasury, and United States Secret Service. Upon his retirement in 2012, Mr. Rosen was hired as a consultant by the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation Division, New York Field Office to assist in the training of new Special Agents and to assist in their professional development.


  • Bachelor of Science, Accounting, Brooklyn College of the City of New York


  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Certified in Financial Forensics


  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association
  • Fraternal Order of Police