Nicole Fitch

Associate Director

Hong Kong

Nicole Fitch is an Associate Director in Control Risks, based in Hong Kong. She leads Control Risks’ data analytics practice for Greater China and North Asia and supports the wider Asia Pacific practice. She has specialised in forensic investigation, fraud risk management programme development, data analytics, and compliance for more than 10 years. Nicole has led large-scale regional and global risk management, forensics, and data analytics projects across the Asia Pacific region.

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Nicole Fitch is an Associate Director in Control Risks, based in Hong Kong. She leads Control Risks’ data analytics practice for Greater China and North Asia and supports the wider Asia Pacific practice. She has specialised in forensic investigation, fraud risk management programme development, data analytics, and compliance for more than 10 years. Nicole has led large-scale regional and global risk management, forensics, and data analytics projects across the Asia Pacific region.

Nicole’s recent projects include:
  • Executing highly efficient, data-led, minimal footprint forensic investigations in China and throughout Asia Pacific.
  • Designing and supporting implementation of an enterprise-wide data-led fraud risk management strategy for a regional bank.
  • Leading global asset tracing and recovery exercise, using data analytics as part of litigation support for a manufacturing multinational.
  • Delivering a region-wide AML monitoring solution update and case management tool for a Tier 1 financial institution.
  • Conducting FCPA reviews across Asia Pacific. Providing recommendations for remediation, as well as training on bribery & corruption risk.


Before joining Control Risks, Nicole led the Fraud Risk Management practice for Capco, a financial services and technology consultancy. Prior to Capco, Nicole was a Manager in the Forensics Consulting practice at PwC Malaysia. 

Nicole holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations and Economics from California State University in Sacramento, and a Master’s Degree in International Trade & Finance from Yonsei University in Seoul. She is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

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