Alecia Futerman

Associate Director

London

Alecia Futerman is a forensic accountant and Associate Director in Control Risks’ forensic investigations practice in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Based in London, Alecia has experience managing fraud and anti-bribery and corruption investigations and compliance advisory engagements across a broad range of geographies and sectors.

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Alecia Futerman is a forensic accountant and Associate Director in Control Risks’ forensic investigations practice in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Based in London, Alecia has experience managing fraud and anti-bribery and corruption investigations and compliance advisory engagements across a broad range of geographies and sectors.

Alecia also supports Control Risks’ Sports Integrity practice, undertaking investigations and compliance reviews for Sports Federations.


Alecia’s recent projects include: 

  • Leading the project management and delivery of compliance reviews for a global sports federation, spanning 29 countries across five continents.
  • Supporting external counsel of a global technology company in their investigations and reporting to the US Department of Justice, following allegations of bribery and corruption within the business across Southern Africa.
  • Investigating fraud at a financial institution in East Africa for the Governor of the Central Bank. Her work included forensic analysis of accounting records, leading interviews with employees and preparing reports in support of civil and criminal proceedings.
  • Acting as a financial consultant, providing accounting analysis and financial interpretation for legal counsel representing the former chief executive of a listed entity subsequent to its liquidation amid allegations of mismanagement.
  • Leading the forensic review of accounting systems and financial data relating to a whistle-blowing disclosure which alleged misconduct of the senior manager of a UK construction firm and led to law enforcement investigation and legal proceedings.

Alecia has worked on the ground in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, working alongside regulators, law enforcement, external legal counsel and internal investigation and compliance teams. Before joining Control Risks, Alecia trained as an auditor at a “Big Four” accounting firm. 

Alecia is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland (ICAS) and is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

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