Financial Examiner

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Rachel Gan | (924) 851-4110 | Portland, OR


I am a Financial Examiner with over 5 years of experience in the field. I have worked extensively with clients to help them meet their financial goals and objectives. I have also worked with auditors to ensure that they are complying with regulations.


Financial Examiner at American International Group, Inc., ORMar 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of 5 accountants in auditing the financial statements of a $2B company – uncovered errors totaling $600K.
  • Conducted an independent review of a potential acquisition target for a client, helping them to save $15M.
  • Reviewed the financial statements of 100+ companies over 3 years and identified irregularities in 15% of them.
  • Authored white paper on effective cost-cutting measures for small businesses that was published in Forbes.
  • Played key role in developing new software to streamline audits which saved the firm 30% per year in labor costs.
  • Managed all aspects of annual budgeting process for department with 8 direct reports.

Senior Financial Examiner at JPMorgan Chase & Co., ORSep 2017 - Jan 2022

  • Led a team of 5 examiners in conducting risk-based financial examinations of state chartered banks with $10-$20 billion in assets.
  • Conducted on-site examination work at 20+ banks annually, often completing exams ahead of schedule.
  • Reviewed and analyzed bank financial statements, management reports, loan portfolios, and other internal documents.
  • Identified and reported potential problem areas to senior management while also making recommendations for improvement.
  • Examined compliance with federal banking regulations including the Bank Secrecy Act/Anti Money Laundering requirements.
  • Assisted in developing new policies and procedures related to emerging risks such as cyber security threats.


Bachelor of Science in Accounting at University of OregonSep 2013 - May 2017

I have learned excellent research, writing, and analytical skills while studying Bachelor of Science in Accounting.


  • Financial analysis
  • Auditing
  • Accounting
  • Taxation
  • Financial reporting
  • Risk management

Assunta Dunmars | (339) 819-4102 | Minneapolis, MN


I have over 5 years of experience as a Financial Examiner. I am highly skilled in reviewing financial records, identifying discrepancies, and recommending corrective action. I have a strong understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). I am an excellent communicator with the ability to effectively report findings to senior management.


Financial Examiner at State of Minnesota, MNMay 2022 - Present

  • Successfully closed 50 audits with no findings and 100% compliance.
  • Conducted field examinations at 30 banks across the state.
  • Reviewed and analyzed financial statements for accuracy and irregularities.
  • Identified $5 million in potential fraudulent activity and assisted in recovery efforts.
  • Trained 10 new examiners on proper audit procedures and techniques.
  • Evaluated risk management practices of 20 financial institutions.

Senior Financial Examiner at Office of the State Auditor, MNSep 2017 - Mar 2022

  • Led a team of 5 financial examiners in conducting risk-based examinations of state chartered banks with $10-$20 billion in assets.
  • Completed 35 examinations during my tenure, which is 20% more than the average examiner.
  • Identified over $5 million in potential losses to the FDIC and recommended corrective actions that saved the agency approximately $2 million.
  • Authored 2 peer reviewed articles on bank examination techniques that were published in The Examiner, an international journal for banking regulators.
  • Presented at 3 national conferences on emerging risks facing the banking industry and ways to mitigate those risks through effective regulation.


Bachelor of Science in Accounting at University of MinnesotaSep 2013 - May 2017

Some skills I've learned are double-entry bookkeeping, preparing financial statements, and tax accounting.


  • Financial analysis
  • Auditing
  • Accounting
  • Financial modeling
  • Risk management
  • Economic research
  • Data analysis