Tung Jung Tan

Principal

Hong Kong

Tung Jung Tan is a Principal in Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence practice in Hong Kong. He has specialised in forensic accounting, corporate investigations, business intelligence and insolvency for more than 17 years. Tung Jung has extensive experience in leading reactive investigations and proactive risk assessment reviews for multinational corporations across Asia.

  • Asia Pacific
  • Anti-fraud & Financial Crime
  • Corruption Risk Assessment & Analysis
  • Regulatory Investigations Response


Tung Jung Tan is a Principal in Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence practice in Hong Kong. He has specialised in forensic accounting, corporate investigations, business intelligence and insolvency for more than 17 years. Tung Jung has extensive experience in leading reactive investigations and proactive risk assessment reviews for multinational corporations across Asia.

He has provided forensic accounting and investigative support to international law firms appointed as the independent advisers of publicly listed companies. Tung Jung has also led a number of business intelligence engagements relating to international trade disputes, where he provided confidential declarations to relevant US government agencies.


The following are examples of Tung Jung’s most prominent engagements:
  • Investigated bribery and corruption issues at the China subsidiary of a US-listed manufacturer of scientific instruments and the China operations of a global pharmaceutical company.
  • Conducted risk assessments of the China operations of several subsidiaries of a multinational, as part of a global Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance review programme.
  • Conducted an FCPA review of the China operations of a global semiconductor company.
  • Provided forensic accounting and business intelligence support to counsel in the financial investigation of a “reverse merger” company involved in advertising.
  • Conducted business intelligence investigations in multiple jurisdictions in conjunction with antidumping and countervailing matters. 


Before joining Control Risks, Tung Jung was a managing director of FTI Consulting’s forensic and litigation consulting practice based in Hong Kong, and prior to that, a director in the forensic accounting practice at LECG Hong Kong Ltd.

Tung Jung holds a bachelor of accountancy and is a Chartered Accountant with the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. He speaks fluent English, Mandarin Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia, as well as conversational Cantonese and Hokkien.

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