Ewan Fletcher

Director

Singapore

Ewan Fletcher is a Director of Control Risks’ South-East Asia Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence team. He has worked on and led hundreds of complex business intelligence, litigation support and due diligence investigations, first from Control Risks’ head office in London and, since 2012, from Singapore.

  • Asia Pacific
  • Resolving Critical Issues and Crises
  • Creating a Compliant Organisation
  • Delivering Growth and Opportunity


Ewan Fletcher is a Director of Control Risks’ South-East Asia Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence team. He has worked on and led hundreds of complex business intelligence, litigation support and due diligence investigations, first from Control Risks’ head office in London and, since 2012, from Singapore. Ewan’s clients predominantly operate in the financial services, property, defence, oil and gas and legal sectors.


His recent projects include:
  • Conducted pre-transactional due diligence for an international beverage firm wishing to select potential partners in Myanmar.
  • Provided integrity screening of numerous sales agents in Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore and Indonesia for a UK defence manufacturer.
  • Investigated allegations of murders surrounding a potential purchase of a Thai rubber plantation.
  • Conducted an international investigation for a law firm looking to recover money on behalf of victims of a multi-billion-dollar fraudulent investment scheme.
  • Investigated the potential Myanmar and Thai partners of an oil and gas company wishing to acquire an offshore block licence .


Ewan previously worked as an investigative journalist for UK newspapers including the Mail On Sunday and The Sunday Telegraph. He has also researched, developed and produced factual television programmes for the BBC, Discovery, National Geographic and other major broadcasters.

He has a master’s degree in archaeology from the University of Edinburgh and is studying to qualify as a Certified Fraud Examiner.

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