John Kim is a Director in Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensics, and Intelligence group and leads the Americas’ Data Analytics practice.
John has advised government organizations, multinational corporations and global law firms by providing technology-driven solutions and bespoke analysis of complex data systems to mitigate critical investigations, compliance and integrity risks.
Recent tasks that John has worked on include:
Engaged by a pharmaceutical company to identify sales with high diversion risk. John and his team applied unsupervised machine learning techniques to classify and detect anomalous product sales for specific customers. John and his team applied this in conjunction with geo-proximity analysis to provide a succinct summary of the company’s high-risk customers and sales at risk of cross-border diversion.
Developed a web-presence analysis for a global software company to understand the legitimacy of sales-channel partners in Southeast Asia. John and his team created a web-presence testing solution based on a variety of factors including search results and web traffic. This enabled the client to perform a quick assessment on their channel partners and determine the cost-benefit associated with maintaining that relationship.
Developed a geospatial dashboard for the Monitorship of a multi-national bank. John and his team created a customized dashboard in R Shiny with the ability to dynamically filter data across a multitude of geographic and categorical subsets. The dashboard is one of the main staples of the Monitorship’s reporting elements, publicly reporting on the status and effectiveness of credit relief provided by the multi-national bank.
Prior to joining Control Risks, John was a Managing Consultant at Navigant Consulting in the Disputes and Investigations practice with the Legal Technology Solutions group.
John graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Financial Management and a Master’s Degree in Accounting, and is fluent in Korean.