Viktor Josefsson is a Director at FRA’s London and Stockholm office. Viktor is a trusted advisor with extensive and in-depth expertise in investigations, anti-bribery and corruption compliance, anti-money laundering, financial crime, disputes and corporate governance.
He has extensive experience assisting companies with conducting fact-finding investigations involving complex financial facts, fraud, embezzlement, bribery, money-laundering, and other types of misconduct. He has also worked extensively with clients from a preventive as well as a remedial perspective on anti-bribery and corruption (“ABC”) compliance, including conducting risk assessments, compliance testing, M&A due diligence assessments (both pre-and-post close), evaluating or enhancing ethics & compliance programs, and developing and delivering training.
Viktor spent 15 years in the US specializing in large multi-jurisdictional investigations and compliance under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), the UK Bribery Act and other statutes. In addition, he has assisted companies with regulatory responses as well as settlement negotiations with regulators in the US and other jurisdictions.
Viktor brings a unique cross-Atlantic forensic perspective to investigation and compliance matters and a tried-and-tested leadership approach to managing global teams both remotely and on the ground, leveraging a collaborative, pragmatic and innovative approach to achieving clients’ objectives. His global experience includes working with clients throughout Europe, North and South America, the Middle East, Africa and Asia in various industry sectors including financial services, healthcare, technology, aerospace, manufacturing, oil & gas, fishing, pharmaceutical, and medical devices.
Prior to joining FRA, Viktor was a senior member in the Forensic practice at Deloitte based in Washington, DC. Viktor holds a Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree from the University of Virginia and is a native Swedish speaker, fluent in English and conversational in Danish and Norwegian.