Former FBI assistant director Daniel D. Roberts has joined Top 100 Firm Rehmann as a principal and director of governmental investigations and compliance for the firm's Corporate Investigative Services unit, where he will lead the development of the firm's direct and subcontractor work with state and federal entities.

A 24-year veteran of the bureau, Roberts most recently served as the assistant director of the Criminal Justice Information Services Division. Among other assignments, Roberts served as assistant special agent-in-charge of the Salt Lake City Division's Violent Crime, Organized Crime/Drug, Civil Rights and White Collar Crime/Public Corruption Programs, and as FBI commander of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. He was named assistant director in 2009.

"We are excited to have someone of Dan's caliber return to Michigan and join our team. We see the area of governmental investigations as an opportunity for our firm and Dan will be instrumental in our work to capitalize on this potential area of growth," said CIS president Greg Suhajda.

"While there has been an abundance of news about people leaving the state of Michigan, the timing and the opportunity were just right for me to return," said Roberts, who had been a police officer in Michigan before joining the FBI. "Rehmann is invested in developing a world-class investigative services unit that combines the collective savvy of top-notch accounting professionals with veterans of the Secret Service, the FBI and other intelligence entities. I'm proud to join this team and I look forward to helping the firm grow in its work with government-related investigations."

Rehmann Corporate Investigative Services offers services in corporate due diligence, business intelligence and analysis, fraud and risk management, global intelligence and insurance investigation and defense.

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