Diana Moneta co-founded ICI in 1995; in 2004 she took over the firm becoming its sole owner. Since then, ICI has grown considerably, with increased investigative staff, administrative staff, new offices Manhattan, and associates in Connecticut, Florida, and Texas.

Ms. Moneta is a native New Yorker who commenced her career as a journalist. She was graduated from St. John's University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism. As an investigative reporter, Ms. Moneta covered such issues as business, politics, organized crime, the environment, health care, and education. In 1992, she entered the field of corporate investigations, employing her strong combination of journalistic skills, business knowledge, and street smarts.



Recognized for her expertise in helping clients prevent identity theft and assisting victims of identity theft, Ms. Moneta has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Crain's New York Business, and on FoxNews, Good Day New York, Court TV, and ABC-TV's BusinessWeek TV.



Representative Assignments


  • Interviews and interrogations of numerous individuals suspected of being involved in kickback schemes to defraud a high-profile Las Vegas casino


  • Location of a runaway, New York City teen

  • Major fraud investigation for an overseas client, relating to Frank Quattrone and CSFB

  • Competitive intelligence gathering on behalf of two of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies

  • Due diligence investigation of companies and their upper management for one of the largest advertising/media companies in the world

  • Interviews and investigations of more than 20 employees of a New York City government agency whose behavior created a hostile work environment

  • Investigation of multi-million dollar equipment theft by employees at a Fortune 500 company

  • Asset searches leading to fraudulently hidden assets and stolen company funds by a New York-based corporation's upper management



Biographies of other ICI team members are available upon request.