Chris Mathers retired after a 20-year career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. At the time of his retirement, he was the senior undercover operator at the RCMP Proceeds of Crime Section where he established and operated a number of "storefront" money laundering businesses in Canada and the U.S., targeting Colombian, Russian and Asian organized crime groups. Chris personally infiltrated criminal organizations in North America, the Caribbean, Latin America and Europe. In 1995, Chris joined the forensic division of the international accounting firm KPMG. In 1999, he was appointed to the position of President of KPMG Corporate Intelligence Inc., where he was responsible for international due diligence, asset recovery operations and the investigation and prevention of organized crime and money laundering. In 2004, Chris established his own firm, chrismathers inc. where he provides crime and risk consulting services to selected domestic and international clients. In 2005, Chris concluded an offshore asset tracing assignment on behalf of the Independent Inquiry Committee into the United Nations Oil-For-Food Programme. As a speaker, Chris' controversial style describes the secret underworld of gangsters and terrorists, explaining the terms and identifying the characters, in a candid and compelling way that both entertains and educates audiences all over the world. His experiences describe real intrigue in the dark world of international crime. Chris is a popular media commentator and speaker and has served as a consultant on several feature films and documentaries relating to organized crime, espionage and money laundering. He recently completed filming the pilot episode of "FraudWatch," a reality television production that examines the current epidemic of fraud worldwide.