Kim is a graduate from Sciences Po Paris and joined FRA in January 2023 as an Associate in the Forensic Accounting Team in Paris. 

Since joining FRA, Kim has participated in a fraud risk assessment for a firearms manufacturer, notably assisting with an invoice review, evaluation of internal controls, and transaction testing.

He has also participated in a fraud investigation for a subsidiary of a French multinational which included high risk account selections, reconciliation of structured data, invoice reviews, transaction testing, and reporting on the findings to the client.

He currently works on a post-acquisition anti-bribery and corruption assessment for a multinational commodity trading company. The work includes an assessment and quantification of interactions with government officials.

Kim also forms part of FRA's team of international arbitration experts and assists colleagues with technical questions and provides internal presentations.

Prior to joining FRA, he worked as a trainee for French and American law firms, specializing in international litigation and arbitration, as well as for the Embassy of Norway in Paris working with public policy issues. He has notably worked with questions related to due diligence, compliance as well as corruption and bribery claims.

Kim holds a Bachelor Degree in Political Science and Government from Sciences Po Paris with a specialization in French and American corporate law. He also holds a Master Degree in Economic Law from Sciences Po Paris Law School, with a specialization in French civil law and international economic disputes.

Kim is fluent in French, English and Norwegian, and has a good working knowledge in Danish and Swedish.

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