Christine is a Director in Control Risks' Forensic and Technology practice for South-East Asia. She is an Accredited Mediator, Certified Fraud Examiner and Chartered Accountant. Christine specialises in accounting disputes, damages quantification, fraud investigations and regulatory compliance, and works closely with corporate clients and their legal teams to resolve matters in administrative, civil and criminal proceedings.
Recent tasks that Christine has worked on include:
- Assessment of damages for an international arbitration matter involving the valuation of shares for an investment arising from a shareholders’ dispute (SIAC)
- Assessment of claims and asset tracing arising from a family dispute (SICC)
- Quantification of claims for loss of inheritance and loss of dependency from a personal injury claim
- Mediation of a professional negligence claim over an accounting matter
- Assisted general counsel in negotiating for a purchase price adjustment of the Share and Purchase Agreement due to errors and misstatements in accounting records
- Investigation into non-compliance of procurement policies and conflict of interest transactions in an investment by a private equity firm
- Investigation into whistleblower allegations of employees receiving kickbacks from third parties for a logistics company in South-East Asia
- Investigation into the manipulation of financial reporting by the Singapore-based subsidiary of a Japan-listed company
Before joining Control Risks, Christine worked in dispute resolution at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Singapore, where she led various commercial dispute engagements, assisting clients in finding commercial solutions to disputes. She also led investigations into a wide range of matters including asset misappropriation, bribery and corruption, conflict of interest and financial fraud.
Before specialising in forensic services, Christine was an auditor and worked with clients in industries including retail, commodity trading, manufacturing, construction, financial institutions and government agencies.