Mr. Kasper was born in Chicago, Illinois. He received a Bachelor's Degree in Finance from Northern Arizona University in 1998. Prior to working for the FBI, Mr. Kasper was a Real Estate Banker employed by Marquette National Bank in Chicago.
Mr. Kasper entered on duty as a Special Agent (SA) on April 13, 2008. From 2008 through 2014, SA Kasper was assigned to the Indianapolis Field Office (IP), where he worked Complex Financial Crimes and Public Corruption investigations and specialized in large-scale securities fraud matters. He was also a member of IP’s Evidence Response Team (ERT). SA Kasper’s most notable achievement during his career as a case agent at IP, was his role as a case agent on the Timothy Durham $200 million Complex Corporate Fraud investigation, which resulted in the seizure of 27 luxury vehicles, a restitution order of $207 million for over 5,000 victims and prison sentences for the three subjects of 50, 25, and 10 years respectively.
In 2014, SA Kasper was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) of the Economic Crimes Unit (ECU) within the Financial Crimes Section of the Criminal Investigative Division. While in ECU, SSA Kasper was responsible for managing ECU’s northeast region of the United States and was also detailed to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission where he earned Joint Duty credit. In 2016, SSA Kasper returned to IP as the supervisor of the Economic Crimes Squad, where he oversaw the development of successful Complex Financial Crimes and Frauds and Swindles programs.
In 2021, SA Kasper transferred to the Merrillville Resident Agency and continues to work Complex Financial Crimes and Public Corruption matters.