IGI’s founder and chairman is Terry F. Lenzner, former assistant chief counsel to the Senate Watergate Committee. Prior to establishing IGI, Lenzner also served as a Justice Department attorney with the Civil Rights Division, a federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York and in private practice.
Tom Wendel, IGI’s president, has extensive financial and forensic accounting experience gained from his time as a partner at a major accounting firm and as a financial manager.
IGI’s investigators and researchers have backgrounds in such fields as law, investigative journalism, law enforcement, accounting and finance, intelligence, corporate security, computer forensics and risk management. Included among them are former senior investigators in government agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of Justice.
We are expert fact-finders. Our core competencies include compiling and analyzing large volumes of data, identifying and interviewing individuals with knowledge of the pertinent facts, and efficiently obtaining open source and public record information throughout the world. What sets us apart is our ability to match our investigative work to our clients’ concerns and objectives. We identify and frame issues, plan our investigation, gather and analyze evidence and report investigative results, all in the context of what our client wants to accomplish. Our legal, financial and business experience overlays our investigative experience and fact-finding skills to produce relevant, useful, cost-effective results.
We pride ourselves in understanding our clients’ objectives, pursuing those objectives with unwavering loyalty and determination, and following a logical investigative plan that focuses on areas most likely to provide useful results.