Alwyn is the vice president of corporate investigations at BDA. He is responsible for the management of all case work related to due diligence and white collar investigations. Prior to joining BDA, Alwyn was a member of the Financial Intelligence Unit of the largest securities depository in the United States. While there, he conducted numerous micro-cap securities fraud investigations that eventually led to the arrest of several targets of investigation.
Alwyn was the Principal Director of the Financial Crimes Unit of Jamaica. In that role, he lead a team of forensic accountants and police officers in the investigation of money laundering and financial crimes. He has participated in and led numerous investigations in both local and international cases.
Prior to working in the Financial Crimes Unit, he served as a Director of Tax Fraud Investigations with the Tax Fraud Investigation and Intelligence Unit where he led major investigations involving revenue fraud.
Alwyn holds both a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Studies and Accounting and a Master of Science Degree in Accounting from the University of the West Indies. In 2002, he passed the required examinations to qualify as a Certified Public Accountant. He has also been admitted to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners as a Certified Fraud Examiner and the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists as a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist.
Alwyn has taught at the University level for the past fourteen years and currently is an adjunct professor of Accounting at Monroe College in New York where he lectures on Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation. He has presented two papers at the International Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime and presents on various training courses internationally.