Andrew Macintosh

Partner

Singapore

Andrew Macintosh is the Partner leading Control Risks’ Asia Pacific practices covering forensics and technology solutions, and is based in Singapore. Andrew leads a team which specialises in investigations, dispute support, forensic accounting, compliance, governance, data analytics, eDiscovery and digital forensics.

  • Asia Pacific
  • Dispute Advisory
  • Executive Advisory
  • Regulatory Investigations Response

 

Andrew Macintosh is the Partner leading Control Risks’ Asia Pacific practices covering forensics and technology solutions, and is based in Singapore. Andrew leads a team which specialises in investigations, dispute support, forensic accounting, compliance, governance, data analytics, eDiscovery and digital forensics.

Andrew has particular expertise in leading on matters involving internal and independent investigations for companies subject to investigation by authorities across multiple jurisdictions, and leads on large, complex matters involving technology and cyber-security issues.


His recent projects have included:
  • Leading on a high-profile conflict of interest investigation for a multinational financial institution in India.
  • Overseeing an urgent investigation into allegations of fraud and misconduct for  European multinational company in Singapore.
  • Leading a large investigative support matter for a multinational Chinese company involved in intellectual property litigation in the United States, involving work in 17 different countries.
  • Leading an investigation into a major data breach for a European multinational company, involving a review of human behavioural and technical security in jurisdictions including Australia.
  • Leading on the delivery of a program of ethical mindfulness training for a major European multinational, involving development and delivery over a number of jurisdictions in Asia.

 

Andrew has previously held a number of roles with Control Risks in Asia, working in offices in India, China and Australia. In these roles, he focused on the delivery of complex investigative, crisis management, integrity due diligence, business intelligence, litigation support and problem-solving projects for clients around the world.  

Before joining Control Risks, Andrew was an intelligence analyst, and then a senior technical officer for the New South Wales Crime Commission. While with the Commission, Andrew was involved in extensive investigations of organised domestic and international criminal activity.

Andrew holds bachelor’s degree in arts (politics and international relations) and master’s in international relations from the Macquarie University, Australia. He has completed the Charles Sturt University Investigators Course and holds Certificate III in Investigative Services and Certificate IV in Security and Risk Management. Andrew is certified to conduct mobile telephone forensics and general forensics equipment.

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