For four decades, Bob Lindquist has conducted financial investigations in a variety of domestic and international businesses and matters serving the public interest. His investigations have taken him to far-flung locations such as China, the Caribbean, Europe, South America and Africa. He broke the ground for admissibility of accounting evidence as expert witness in Regina vs. Harold Scheel in 1976. The relationship between Lindquist and Marschdorf goes back to 1990, when both were partners at KPMG. Some of the big investigations they worked on together include the search for assets belonging to victims of the Holocaust and the investigation of a multi-layered procurement fraud in the Caribbean.