CV of Frederick C. O’Neill, CPA


  1. Master of Accounting Science – 2011
    Northern Illinois University (DeKalb, Illinois)
  2. Bachelor of Science, Finance – 1985
    Northern Illinois University (DeKalb, Illinois)


Preparation and review of insurance loss claims, in which accounting concepts apply, such as fidelity, inventory, contents valuation, third party liability claims, and personal loss of income claims.
Expertise in the analysis and review of financial documentation, in which accounting expertise is provided as litigation support, such as employee dishonesty, financial condition and personal injury.
Operation of personal computer, with extensive knowledge of numerous Microsoft Office based software programs.


  1. Motorola, Control Solutions (Independent Consultant); Illinois
  2. Prudential Financial – Global Directives Unit; Chicago, IL
  3. Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva; Geneva, IL
  4. Directions Training Center, Inc..; Oakbrook, IL
  5. Fusion Accounting & Technology, LLC; Chicago, IL
  6. SDC CPAs, LLC; Aurora, IL


Currently working in forensic accounting in fidelity, professional liability, insurance loss accounting, litigation support, financial analysis, and consulting.

Accounting experience includes:

  1. Performing outsourcing accounting activities for multiple clients, managing accounts payable and accounts receivable, performing bank and general ledger account reconciliations.
  2. Ensuing compliance with GAAP and applicable tax laws.
  3. Processing payroll using SurePayroll and ADP.
  4. Creating and presenting monthly cash flow, profitability, commission and variance reports for executive management.
  5. Reviewing internal controls, focusing on revenue and expenditure cycles, recommending guidelines to strengthen cash collection and disbursement procedures.
  6. Determining appropriate strategies for order execution to various derivative markets at exchanges worldwide.
  7. Executing trades utilizing multiple trading platforms after identifying various trading strategies by analysing market information and multiple technical analysis models.
  8. Researching and implementing methodologies to obtain bid status for government contracts.
  9. Managing statewide procurable spend of approximately $400 million, supervising purchasing activities of more than 30 employees in multi-site environment.


Experience in corporate accounting, bookkeeping, financial analysis and financial management.