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Kroll expands global management team, new exec for Singapore

12 Jan 17

Kroll is a global leader in risk mitigation, compliance, security and incident response solutions.

Recently, the company has appointed three new managing directors and two new principals, enhancing the Company’s leadership team across the globe.

For the Asian market, Stefano Demichelis is the new principal of Investigations and Disputes Practice in Singapore.

With over 14 years of experience in fraud investigations , Demichelis will lead Kroll’s Financial Investigation team for Southeast Asia.

He will advise clients on the prevention, detection, and investigation of frauds in various industries such as automotive, manufacturing, financial institutions, and government bodies.

Demichelis is passionate about the value of data analytics, and has created innovative fraud detection tests and established data mining techniques to facilitate and conduct fraud investigations.

The new principal also has extensive expertise assisting clients with compliance reviews, internal investigations, and potential FCPA violations.

Prior to joining Kroll, Demichelis worked for TNT in the Netherlands as a Senior International Auditor, before being appointed Audit Manager Investigations.

He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner and a Certified Forensics Interviewer.

The other appointments include Erik Rasmussen as managing director of cyber security practice in Los Angeles, and Marc Brawner the principal of cyber security practice in Nashville.

“Our newest managing directors and principals possess the extraordinary experience and client-centric approach that exemplify what has made Kroll the premier risk management firm in the world,” says David Fontaine, chief executive officer of Kroll and its parent, Corporate Risk Holdings.

“Ben, Erik, Dan, Marc, and Stefano are leading practitioners in their respective fields who are continually raising the bar in formulating new and innovative ways to better serve clients and collaborate with colleagues.

“I am very proud to announce their elevation within the Kroll organization.”

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