Ramon Ghosh

Director

London

Ramon is the head of our business intelligence practice for Europe. He leads a team of intelligence professionals covering Western, Central and Eastern Europe from offices in London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris and Milan. The practice supports clients evaluating acquisitions and growth opportunities, and parties engaged in investigations and disputes.

  • EMEA
  • Business Intelligence
  • Cross Border Investigations
  • Dispute Advisory

Ramon is the head of our business intelligence practice for Europe. He leads a team of intelligence professionals covering Western, Central and Eastern Europe from offices in London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris and Milan. The practice supports clients evaluating acquisitions and growth opportunities, and parties engaged in investigations and disputes.

As a lawyer with over 17 years of investigations experience, Ramon is a trusted advisor to clients and their counsel in conducting complex, multi-jurisdictional business intelligence and litigation support engagements globally.


Assignments led by Ramon include:

  • Leading a sovereign asset search on behalf of an infrastructure client pursuing a $500 million breach of contract claim as part of international arbitration proceedings.
  • Advising a multi-billion-dollar IT company on a pre-transactional integrity due diligence review of a global security services provider prior to an acquisition. 
  • Managing a prominent FCPA investigation for a multi-national company subject to allegations of making corrupt payments to government officials.


Ramon previously spent a decade in the Asia-Pacific region, and led our forensic investigations practice for Southeast Asia. Ramon regularly speaks at investment and anti-corruption events, and has appeared in the media on BBC World News, ITV and regional broadcast channels. He is a Solicitor (Senior Courts of England & Wales) and a former litigator. 

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