Uuljan Djangazieva is a Director with experience in matters involving bribery and corruption, fraud and misconduct, regulatory compliance, due diligence and risk management.
Uuljan has led several fraud and misconduct investigations, including conducting analysis for a Fortune 500 manufacturing company to identify and quantify payments to fictitious vendors; reviewing the financial activities of a global IT company for possible FCPA violations; and analyzing potential OFAC violations for a global software corporation.
Uuljan has worked with companies to assess and enhance their fraud risk management programs. Her experience includes executing compliance audits, and providing observations and recommendations for mitigating the risk of corruption and misconduct in CIS countries, Asia and the Middle East. Uuljan also has considerable experience performing pre-acquisition due diligence, and assisting counsel in enforcement matters brought by the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission.
Prior to joining FRA’s forensic accounting team, Uuljan was a member of KPMG’s forensic investigations department where she gained extensive experience dealing with FCPA-related matters, assisted counsel in a settlement of a False Claims Act lawsuit with the Department of Justice, and developed and implemented a financial disclosure program for an intergovernmental organisation.
Uuljan is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Forensic Examiner (CFE). She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and Accounting from The American University.
Uuljan is a native Russian speaker and is based in Washington DC.