An effective whistleblowing framework should be a key consideration for you and your clients. Join us to find out why, and learn more about the key things to consider when an employee raises a concern.
Steve Donaghy, Director, Grant ThorntonSteve is a Director in Grant Thornton UK’s Forensic and Investigations team, specialising in financial services. Steve has over 20 years’ experience in investigations and disputes across all segments of the financial services industry, having led on multi-jurisdictional regulatory investigations, as well as investigations into culture, conduct, controls, compliance programmes and systems, and accountability. Throughout this Steve has had extensive engagement with whistle-blowers. Prior to joining Grant Thornton in 2019, Steve’s experience includes seven years at the Royal Bank of Scotland plc, 12 years in a big four forensics practice, and a period of time in Enforcement at the FSA.
Helen Lakeman, Associate Director, Grant Thornton Helen is an Associate Director in Grant Thornton UK’s Forensic and Investigations team, and a Fellow of the ICAEW. Helen has specialised in Forensic Accounting for over 15 years and is an Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist. Helen has been involved in the investigation of a number of whistleblowing allegations, along with wider fraud and ‘black hole’ investigations. Helen’s other experience includes working as the principal investigator under Section 447 of the Companies Act 1985, and investigation of bribery allegations at a Scottish company with global operations, enabling the company to self report effectively to the Crown Office and agree a civil settlement.
Nila Khan, FCA BFP, ICAEW Business Advice ManagerNila is a fellow of the ICAEW and qualified with a Big Four firm. She has been a principal in practice for 13 years. At ICAEW, Nila is part of the practice team and develops advisory resources for members in practice and their clients.
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