Carol Fox is a CPA with over 30 years of private and public accounting experience. For over nineteen years, her career has concentrated on providing forensic, investigative and bankruptcy services to debtors, creditors, Federal bankruptcy trustees and examiners, creditors’ committees, court appointed assignees, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, law firms and financial institutions.
Ms. Fox enjoys a diverse and dynamic practice. She has provided extensive restructuring and bankruptcy related services for distressed situations in the healthcare, life sciences, mining, transportation, e-commerce, real estate, telecommunications, hospitality, agriculture, and marine sectors. In addition, she has led high profile investigations of investment schemes, fraud investigations, internal corporate investigations, due diligence assignments and matters involving business disputes and quantification of damages.
Ms. Fox is a newly appointed Subchapter V Trustee for the Southern District of Florida. She has served as a fiduciary in Bankruptcy Court matters and is currently serving as a fiduciary in State court matters. Additionally, she has testified as an expert witness on numerous occasions in federal and state court including testifying as an expert for the Department of Justice in the chapter 11 bankruptcy of Peabody Energy Corporation, et al.
Ms. Fox graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. She is a CPA,* CIRA (Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor) and CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) and has addressed numerous professional organizations on issues relating to bankruptcy, forensic accounting and distressed real estate. In 2019, Carol was recognized as a Top U.S.A. Woman Dealmaker by the Global M&A Network. Currently, she serves on IWIRC-Florida’s Board of Directors, representing the South Florida chapter.
*Regulated by the State of Florida
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