Melody Goh

Consultant

Singapore

Melody is a consultant based in Control Risks’ Singapore office. She is a compliance professional whose experiences cover researching and managing enhanced due diligence, asset traces and complex anti-bribery and corruption investigations. Her countries of focus are Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and the Philippines.

  • Asia Pacific
  • Anti-fraud & Financial Crime
  • Business Intelligence
  • Due Diligence

Melody is a consultant based in Control Risks’ Singapore office. She is a compliance professional whose experiences cover researching and managing enhanced due diligence, asset traces and complex anti-bribery and corruption investigations. Her countries of focus are Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and the Philippines.

Recent projects include:

  • Pre-investment and pre-merger and acquisition due diligence for multinational companies into various sectors in Malaysia, including agriculture, healthcare, defence, telco, as well as oil and gas.
  • A bespoke FCPA-driven partner assessment for a US-listed software developer into its reseller partners in Malaysia, as part of a pilot project to vet its resellers and distributors across South-East Asia. 
  • An integrity assessment for a Japanese conglomerate into Thai renewable energy developers, as part of a long-term partnership agreement. 


Prior to joining Control Risks, she was based in Hong Kong with a risk consultancy, where she managed the firm’s South-East Asia enhanced due diligence, KYC screenings and financial crime investigations. Earlier in her career she worked in Kuala Lumpur at an international affairs think-tank, focused on regional political and security affairs. 

Melody holds an MA in International Relations from the University of Warwick and a BA (Hons) in English Language and Communication from UCSI University. She speaks English, Malay, Indonesian, Cantonese and Mandarin.

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