Steven Rambam is the founder and CEO of Pallorium, Inc., a licensed Investigative Agency and security services provider, with offices and affiliates worldwide.
Since 1981, Pallorium’s investigators have successfully closed more than 10,000 cases, ranging from homicide and death claim investigations to missing persons cases to the investigation of various types of sophisticated financial and insurance frauds.
Mr. Rambam has coordinated investigations in more than sixty (60) countries, and in nearly every U.S. State and Canadian province. Steven specializes in international and multi-jurisdictional investigations, investigations of sophisticated frauds and missing person investigations. Steven Rambam and Pallorium have conducted or coordinated numerous foreign insurance-related investigations, including hundreds of homicide and “death claim” investigations, and a significant number of these cases have resulted in confessions, arrest and prosecution.
Many of Mr. Rambam’s investigations involve coordination with national authorities, and Steven has received commendations and awards in a number of foreign locations. Steven has also received a number of foreign military decorations, and his activities have been mentioned in sessions of the Canadian and Israeli Parliaments.
Steven Rambam is perhaps best publicly known for his pro bono activities, which have included the location and investigation of nearly 200 Nazi collaborators and war criminals worldwide. Steven has also coordinated efforts to expose terrorist groups’ fundraising activities in the United States and has conducted investigations which resulted in the tightening of airport security in 8 U.S. cities.
During the past thirty years more than one thousand (1,000) newspapers and magazines have reported on Steven’s activities, and Steven has been interviewed by numerous local television broadcasts, and by national and international news broadcasts such as “Sixty Minutes”, “48 Hours”, “BBC”, “CBC”, “NPR”, “IBA News” (Israel), NBC’s “Dateline”, “The National”, “ARD Report Mainz”, “Discovery Channel”, “Geraldo”, “Inside Man”, ABC 20/20″ and “America’s Most Wanted”.
Steven is the host of “Justice Radio”, and a former host of the #1 rated “Nowhere To Hide” and “Hunting Hitler” reality television shows, both still airing worldwide. Steven is scheduled to begin filming a new TV show in 2021.
Steven is currently coauthoring a non-fiction book, “Stealing Your Own Identity” and he is the subject of a second non-fiction book, “Rambam, P.I.”. Steven was the basis for the “Rambam” character in the series of murder mysteries written by novelist Richard “Kinky” Friedman, and he was the technical advisor for those books. Steven also serves as the Editor and coordinator of PBP’s “Investigation and Intelligence Library”.
Steven Rambam has lectured on topics ranging from “the location of missing persons”, to “the criminal use of false identification”, to “foreign investigations”, to “war crimes and the pursuit of war criminals”. Steven’s keynote lectures, “Privacy Is Dead – Get Over It” and “International Investigations”, have received worldwide recognition including a “Speaker of the Year” award.
Steven is a court-recognized expert witness on matters including “investigative techniques”, “foreign investigation”, “international fugitive recovery” and “sophisticated financial frauds”, among other topics.
Steven holds the “CFE” board certification from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the “CPP”, “PSP” and “PCI” board certifications from ASIS International, the “CSAR” certification from the International Association of Asset Recovery Specialists and the “CFCS” certification from the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists.
Steven is a member of FOI (Founding Member and Education Chairman), WAD (Life Member), NAIS (Life Member), CII, ION, AIIP, NCISS (fmr. Board Member), BOMP (Founding Member), COIN, IJI, IOA, TALI, FALI, CALI, ACFE, ASIS, ACFCS, IWWA, ALDONYS (fmr. Regional Director and Board Member), SPI (fmr. former VP and Board Member) and numerous other professional associations.