Jennifer Fain serves as the Acting Inspector General with the Office of Inspector General (OIG), Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM or the Bank). She provides overall direction to teams of auditors, investigators, and inspectors responsible for improving the programs and operations of EXIM and preventing and detecting fraud, waste and abuse. Ms. Fain is also responsible for overseeing audits, inspections, evaluations, and other reviews of the Bank’s programs and operations. She brings over 20 years of federal government experience, which includes serving 19 years within an OIG. Experience includes financial and performance audits, risk assessments and internal control reviews, policy and transaction reviews, and white-collar fraud assignments. Ms. Fain holds a Master of Science in Finance from Johns Hopkins University, and a Bachelor of Science and Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Colorado. She is a Certified Internal Auditor.
Andrew McLaughlin is the Assistant Inspector General for Investigations, Office of Investigations (OI) at EXIM OIG. He plans, directs, and supervises complex export fraud and employee misconduct investigations with OI team members, external law enforcement partners, and federal prosecutors from the Department of Justice and various US Attorneys’ Offices. Prior to joining EXIM, Mr. McLaughlin served with several other federal law enforcement agencies including the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) OIG and the Health and Human Services (HHS) OIG. He has held various leadership and investigative positions including Director of the Special Operations Directorate, Chief of Intrusion Investigations, and Cyber Crime Special Agent. He has managed and led many multi-million dollar complex investigations involving cybercrime, employee misconduct, and numerous types of export finance, banking, and insurance frauds. Mr. McLaughlin holds a B.A. in International Relations from George Mason University.