Marie Grenier

Director

Singapore

Marie is a Director in Control Risks’ Ethics & Compliance consulting practice in Singapore. She is responsible for managing and delivering projects involving corruption and fraud risk assessments, design of ethics and compliance programmes, development of training initiatives and general consulting on ethics and compliance and anti-bribery and anti-corruption matters in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. 

  • Asia Pacific
  • Compliance Due Diligence
  • Compliance Monitoring
  • Corruption Risk Assessment & Analysis


Marie is a Director in Control Risks’ Ethics & Compliance consulting practice in Singapore. She is responsible for managing and delivering projects involving corruption and fraud risk assessments, design of ethics and compliance programmes, development of training initiatives and general consulting on ethics and compliance and anti-bribery and anti-corruption matters in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.


Marie’s recent experience includes:
  • Advising clients in multiple industries on managing integrity risks, the appropriateness of existing compliance controls and adequate risk mitigation measures throughout the supply chain and project life cycle in connection with acquisitions or entry into new markets.
  • Supporting clients in benchmarking their existing compliance frameworks and providing recommendations on enhancements to be made to such frameworks, including through the use of data analytics techniques.
  • Delivering engaging and customised in-person compliance and crisis management training to senior employees in a range of different functions. 
  • Providing strategic advice to clients for structuring and resourcing their compliance and investigative function.


Marie is a qualified lawyer in New York State and the Province of Quebec and previously worked as a mergers & acquisitions and securities lawyer at a Canadian national firm. Prior to joining Control Risks, Marie worked in the Ethics & Compliance department of a publicly listed Canadian engineering and construction company facing World Bank sanctions and charged under Canada’s Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act. Reporting directly to the Chief Compliance Officer, Marie led the team managing the activities of the World Bank-appointed compliance monitor responsible for auditing the company’s ethics & compliance programme. She also participated in the development and monitoring of all aspects of the company’s ethics & compliance framework at the global level.

Marie is a graduate of McGill University. She is a native French speaker and is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

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