Ana M. San Luis is a Director with Alvarez & Marsal’s Disputes and Investigations practice in New York. She has over 12 years of experience in the areas of data analytics, technology review and assessment, computer forensic preservation and analysis, electronic discovery, and consulting for a wide array of national and global investigation, litigation, and review/audit matters across various industries, including banking, energy, pharmaceutical, healthcare, and technology.
Ms. San Luis has served as a forensic examiner and analytic consultant on digital investigations, litigations, and electronic discovery matters involving suspected fraud, alleged intellectual property theft, alleged stock options backdating, patent disputes, alleged sexual harassment, suspected data privacy and cyber security breaches, and class action lawsuits for over 200 matters in the US, US territories, Asia, Europe, and Canada.
Ms. San Luis has supported forensic, dispute, compliance, and audit projects with a specific focus on fraud detection. She previously analyzed accounts payable and human resources/payroll data for a national membership organization to detect evidence of suspected fraudulent activity for an investigation.
Ms. San Luis has performed gap analysis, end-to-end data validation, and reconciliation of both structured and unstructured data for several regional, national, and global banks for data migrations, system assessments, process and controls assessments, and risk management.
Previously, Ms. San Luis performed an end-to-end BSA/AML data reconciliation for a national, multi-billion dollar bank in the United States, involving validation testing and reconciliation from the Bank’s source systems through to their intermediary systems and finally to the Bank’s transaction monitoring system.
Prior to joining A&M, Ms. San Luis was a Consultant with LECG’s Litigation Technology & Analytics Consulting practice where she conducted forensic preservation, on-site analysis, processing, hosting/review, and productions for a large scale international litigation matter in compliance with strict data privacy laws. She also forensically preserved and analyzed over 400 pieces of media in a patent dispute litigation and served as the “on-site expert” during an inspection by the opposing side.
Ms. San Luis is an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) and a member of Women in E-Discovery (WiE). She earned her bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University.