John F. Boyle is the Vice President for the Forensic Accounting Division of VERTEX, an international consulting firm. Mr. Boyle has been an accountant for over 30 years. He has extensive knowledge of cost accounting as well as financial analysis and decision making due to years of service in the manufacturing and construction industries.
Currently, Mr. Boyle analyzes and reports the potential surety payment and performance bond exposure for various clients and performs on-site investigations of the books and records of bonded contractors; performs internal audits of surety expenditures; analyzes the financial condition of distressed contractors; reviews and analyzes surety payments to subcontractors and suppliers under surety financing agreements.
In addition, Mr. Boyle evaluates and analyzes contractor claims against owners and subcontractor claims against contractors. Mr. Boyle also analyzes and reports the potential fidelity bond exposure for various clients and performs investigations of the books and records of parties claiming a loss due to acts covered by the fidelity bond. Mr. Boyle performs analysis and reports for Business Interruption claims as well as Business Valuations. Mr. Boyle performs traditional accounting functions, such as reviews, compilations, tax research, lost profit analysis, cost segregation analysis, and income and employment tax returns.
Education & Certification
B.S., MidAmerica Nazarene University
M.S., Friends University
Certified Construction Auditor-CCA
Certified Control Professional-CCP
National Association of Construction Auditors
National Society of Accountants