Vanessa Burke Was Beaumont’s Financial Advisor Until She Became the City’s ‘Independent’ Auditor.
The first of a Series of Articles regarding the City of Beaumont’s ‘too fraudulent for prime time’ 2017 Audited Financial Statements.
Vanessa Burke was hired as the CFO for the City of Stockton in September, 2012, a year after Stockton filed bankruptcy,: http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2012/09/17/stocktons-newest-chief-financial-officer-says-shes-ready-for-challenge/89
Vanessa Burke, along with Bob Deis and the Law Firm of Orrick Harrington ($895/hour Lawyer) joined together to cover up the City of Stockton’s Federal Municipal Bond scam.
The City of Beaumont was raided on April 22, 2015. Alan Kapanicas Associate Urban Futures was gifted a no-bid contract to be City’s ‘Financial Advisor’ on June 15, 2015.
Vanessa Burke left Stockton to join Urban Futures a few weeks later: City of Stockton CFO Joins UFI July 10, 2015: https://www.urbanfuturesinc.com/city-of-stockton-cfo-joins-ufi/
Emails show Vanessa Burke was copied on the preparation of the City of Beaumont’s Audit in January, 2016.
Vanessa Burke Joins the Pun Group December 14, 2017: https://pungroup.com/2017/12/14/vanessa-burke-joins-the-pun-group-as-partner/
The Pun Group is gifted a $46,750 no-bid Contract to perform the City’s 2017 Audit on December 19, 2017, Item 12: https://beaumont.civicweb.net/…
Let’s Review: Vanessa Burke had to slither out of Stockton after Forging Stockton’s Financial Statements, but no worries – the Pun Group are Stockton’s Auditors. Vanessa Burke then joins Urban Futures to Forge Beaumont’s Financial Statements. After Forging Beaumont’s Financial Statements Vanessa Burke then jumps to the Pun Group so she can be the Lead Auditor of the Financial Statements that Burke just Forged.
SEC. 206. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST.
Section 10A of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (15 U.S.C. 78j–1), as amended by this Act, is amended by adding at the end the following:
”(l) CONFLICTS OF INTEREST .—It shall be unlawful for a registered public accounting firm to perform for an issuer any audit service required by this title, if a chief executive officer, controller, chief financial officer, chief accounting officer, or any person serving in an equivalent position for the issuer, was employed by that registered independent public accounting firm and participated in 15 USC 78j–1. any capacity in the audit of that issuer during the 1-year period preceding the date of the initiation of the audit.”.