Wayne T. Nardolillo

Wayne has forty-two years of technical, managerial and leadership experience in institutional integrity, professional investigations, business ethics and conflict management.  He is one of the foremost professional experts amongst international financial institutions on internal corporate investigations as well as vendor and supplier integrity due diligence in recent years. His areas of specialization include the mechanisms of internal justice within multilateral development banks and organizations of the United Nations system; policymaking and standard-setting of employee misconduct inquiries; and investigative strategy and evidentiary fact-finding for legal and compliance purposes.

In the investigative arena, he has established economic crime programs combining the competencies of accountants, engineers and logisticians; and provided technical advice on institutionally sensitive investigations and inquiries, special reviews, task force assignments and non-adversarial interventions. 

  

He has a natural aptitude for mathematics, accounting, financial analysis, organizational structure and budgeting, which has benefited Core and General Services, Controllers, Corporate Procurement and Performance Budgeting divisions of the World Bank Group and similar bodies over an extended period.

Wayne has spent 22 years as a federal criminal investigator with the US Department of Defense, where he focused on conducting, managing and supervising a wide array of investigative operations involving crimes of violence, illicit drug interdiction, and procurement frauds in the United States and abroad. He served as the Project Director for the FBI’s Asset Forfeiture Support Program and ultimately as Director of the DoD’s global Protective Services Activities for 7 years. His professional career was also enhanced by his 2-year stint as the Director of Corporate Investigations and Security Services for a private sector utility company, covering protection of assets, people, facilities, information and information systems.

Wayne received his B.A magna cum laude in Criminology from St. Leo University in 1980, completed a Master’s-level program at the Army’s Institute for Professional Development in 1984 and is a 1985 graduate of the FBI’s National Academy with a focus on Criminal Justice studies from the University of Virginia.