The COVID-19 pandemic forced many organizations to revisit their approach to investigations. In recent months, investigators have been dealing with challenges identifying, preserving, and reviewing data, holding remote interviews and collaborating from their homes.
Join this webcast for best practices and lessons learned for investigations, designed to help attendees consider how they may want – or need – to change their approach to investigations in order to be ready for whatever the future may hold.
Speakers Michele Wiener and Michael Zimmern will provide practical observations from previous experiences conducting remote investigations and discuss some of the possible implications for investigations in the future. They will also:
Michael leads the investigations and forensic accounting practice for Control Risks in EMEA. As a qualified chartered accountant with more than 15 years forensics experience Michael advises on clients on regulatory, reputational, and financial issues. Michael frequently supports clients on complex, cross-border investigations working alongside Governments, regulators, and enforcement agencies to help clients manage and respond to risk.
Michael has performed investigations and compliance work in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Russia, India and Africa (including South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, DRC and Angola) and has extensive experience supporting clients with issues in emerging markets.