ANTHONY J. ALEXANDER, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, VICE PRESIDENT
early education in Baltimore City.He graduated from the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, an engineering and math oriented high school, in September 1971.He
went on to secure a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, from the University of Maryland
, in June 1975.In July 1975, Mr. Alexander began his investigations career with the Intra-State Bureau of Investigation, in Baltimore, Maryland.He
conducted undercover investigations, posing as an employee to uncover incidents of drug usage, theft, employee misconduct, and other employment issues.He
reported directly to Management, with comprehensive, detailed, written reports.He
successfully investigated and uncovered an industrial sabotage scheme, saving the Corporate client thousands of dollars in property loss.In November 1975, he began his career with Commercial Index Bureau, Inc., in Baltimore, Maryland.While working for Commercial Index Bureau, Inc., Mr. Alexander gained experience and knowledge in the insurance claims investigation field.He
conducted extensive background investigations on individuals suspected of insurance fraud or malingering, and documented those findings with videotape and comprehensive, detailed written reports.While conducting field investigations for Commercial Index Bureau, Inc., Mr. Alexander continued his education by completing his Accounting degree at the University of Baltimore, in June 1983, when he was awarded the certificate in accounting in lieu of having already earned his Bachelors Degree from the University of Maryland.Continuing with his insurance investigation studies, in 1989 he was awarded the Associate degree in claims (AIC), through the Insurance Institute of America.
In March 1993, he
was awarded the Certified Fraud Examiner designation through the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
.All of this was accomplished while moving through the hierarchy at Commercial Index Bureau, Inc., to his current position of Chief Executive Officer and Director of Marketing.
Mr. Alexander's current responsibilities include client development for Commercial Index Bureau, Inc.
, as well as managing complex and difficult case files.He
has given lectures and seminars on claims abuse investigations, the use of surveillance and surveillance techniques, and internet resources for claims investigations, to various businesses and claims organizations throughout the United States.In June 1998, he
was a guest speaker at the 73rd Annual Southeastern Claims Conference, where he
presented a seminar on "Cyber Sleuthing".He
was also a guest speaker at the September 1998 Conference for the Association of American Railroads
, in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he
again presented a seminar on "Cyber Sleuthing".He
is scheduled to continue presenting seminars in October, 1999 for the Association of American Railroads
in Montreal, Canada, on background investigations and internet resources for claims professionals.