Rik Workman, a Partner at FRA, has more than 25 years of forensic accounting experience.
His assignments and expertise include anti-bribery and corruption, regulatory investigations, potential sanctions violations, global monitorships, and disgorgement and penalty calculations. Since joining FRA in 2011, he has led investigative teams in the UK, the US, Brazil, Colombia, Italy, the Middle East, Africa and Eurasia.
Rik was part of the FRA team supporting Airbus in a multi-year forensic accounting and eDiscovery review within the context of the company’s multinational investigation, reporting to four investigative authorities: UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO), the US Department of Justice (DOJ), the US Department of State (DOS) and French Parquet National Financier (PNF). Rik led the team working on the fine calculation analysis. FRA’s methodology served as the basis for the €3.6 billion global settlement across the four authorities
Prior to joining FRA, Rik led a Serious Fraud Office (SFO) forensic team investigating alleged violations of UN sanctions against Iraq during the UN Oil-for-Food Program. Rik participated in the prosecutions of Innospec and Mabey & Johnson. Here, Rik worked alongside the US DOJ Fraud Section, the US SEC Enforcement Division, and European prosecutors in Italy, France, Denmark and Switzerland, as well as representatives of the UN.
Qualified as a UK chartered accountant, Rik divides his time between FRA’s offices in London and Washington, DC.
Rik Workman possesses “broad knowledge across numerous accountancy disciplines” adulate sources who commend his impressive international experience. Who’s Who Legal Consulting Experts: Forensic Accountants 2019.
Rik is a distinguished practitioner with “broad knowledge across numerous accountancy disciplines” including experience in regulatory, anti-bribery and corruption investigations. Who’s Who Legal: Investigations Forensic Accountants 2019.