| ||Lee Spirer is the Chief Operating Officer for Altegrity Risk International (ARI). ARI provides leading investigative, analytic, consulting and security services to businesses around the world, creating solutions that help anticipate, prevent and resolve issues, reduce fraud and loss, and maximize opportunities. Headquartered in New York City, with offices in Washington DC, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, London and Hong Kong, ARI serves a global community of multi-national corporations.
Mr. Spirer is responsible for ARI's global operations and financial performance, innovation, compliance, and integrity programs. In addition, Mr. Spirer led the development of the strategy and has ongoing responsibility for ARI's data solutions and the innovative technology that are the foundation of the firm's Decision Intelligence practice area. Mr. Spirer originally joined Altegrity Inc. at corporate as the Head of New Ventures.
Mr. Spirer has more than 20 years of proven experience designing and implementing strategy and building and growing businesses in the professional and information services industries. Before joining Altegrity, he was Managing Partner of LAS Advisory Services, a New York-based consulting firm that he founded to work with private equity and venture capital clients. Previously, Mr. Spirer was the Executive Vice President leading Strategy and Corporate Development at Dun & Bradstreet Corporation where he led the revitalization of the company's strategy and over a dozen acquisitions, joint ventures and partnerships.
As a General Manager, Mr. Spirer led Mainspring, Inc., a venture-backed research and advisory company, through start-up, public offering, and eventual sale to IBM. At IBM, Mr. Spirer played a key role in the $3.5 billion acquisition and integration of PwC Consulting and held a number of senior positions, including General Manager of the $750 million Global Financial Markets Business Unit. Earlier in his career, Mr. Spirer was a Principal at Booz-Allen & Hamilton, leading segments of the financial services practice.
Mr. Spirer received his MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and his BA, Phi Beta Kappa, from Brandeis University.