Donald Chan is Director, Compliance, Forensics & Intelligence for the Asia-Pacific operations, based in Hong Kong. Donald focuses on internal investigations, white-collar crime, regulatory reviews and cross-border litigation. Donald specialises in consulting and managing projects on matters involving computer forensics, electronic discovery and document review.
Recent tasks that Donald has worked on include:
Consulted on review strategy and case management for an internal investigation of a pharmaceutical company involving data from 60 custodians, several legal firms with separate investigation objectives, and various review teams with different access rights in Australia, Korea, India, the UK and US.
Advised key investigators on document review workflow into a fast food crisis management event and document investigation surrounding breaches of best practices and potentially improper supplier relationships.
Conducted litigation support for an investigation into accusations of improper trading activities for a major Chinese multinational. The investigation involved working with Asian regulatory bodies such as the Hong Kong Commercial Crime Bureau, the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Managed data mapping, evidence management and forensic collection, resulting in discovery of evidence of fraudulent activity, diversion of company resources, and possession of material harmful to the reputation of the employer.
Before joining Control Risks, Donald worked in the legal technology industry where his experience included creating a local project management department and team, refining operational processes and client management, and supporting lawyers in litigation on electronic discovery cases.
Donald is a certified Project Management Professional and Certified Fraud Examiner, Relativity Certified Administrator and a RelativityOne Certified Pro. He received his bachelor’s of commerce degree in management information systems from the University of British Columbia, and is fluent in English and Cantonese.