Patrick Matu

Associate Director

Nairobi

Patrick manages the integrity risk consultancy for companies operating in East Africa. He has ten years of experience helping clients and businesses in Africa manage risk complexities in their environment. Patrick leads investigations and integrity risk assessments in the East Africa region.

  • Africa
  • Creating a Resilient Organisation


Patrick manages the integrity risk consultancy for companies operating in East Africa. He has ten years of experience helping clients and businesses in Africa manage risk complexities in their environment. Patrick leads investigations and integrity risk assessments in the East Africa region.


Recent cases Patrick has managed include:
  • Pre-investment due diligence for an international investor seeking to acquire a significant shareholding in a Kenyan manufacturing company.
  • Pre-investment due diligence for a company seeking to partner with an Ethiopian businessman in the agriculture industry.
  • Corruption risk assessment for a multi-national engineering and construction company in Tanzania and Lesotho.


Prior to joining Control Risks, Patrick worked at Standard Chartered Bank, where he was responsible for the fraud risk management function across the bank’s Retail Clients division in Africa.  Before Standard Chartered, Patrick worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) as a manager in their Forensics and Business Recovery practice. Patrick is a Member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science & Engineering.   

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