Uuljan Djangazieva is a Director with over 12 years’ experience in forensic accounting matters. Her expertise includes providing consulting and investigative services regarding issues of bribery and corruption, fraud and misconduct, compliance and regulation, regulatory enforcement actions and fraud risk management.
Uuljan has extensive experience in assisting global companies develop and enhance corporate compliance programs, including providing forensic accounting services in connection with compliance monitorships arising from deferred prosecution agreements entered into with the US Department of Justice (DOJ).
Recently, Uuljan assisted with a post-acquisition compliance due diligence review as a result of a $5 billion acquisition of a Fortune 500 manufacturing company, including completing a multi-faceted risk assessment, as well as designing and executing a complex work plan for the review of more than 30 legal entities and 50 projects globally.
Additional recent experience includes: conducting a fraud and misconduct investigation for an oil and gas services company in Kazakhstan and reviewing the financial activities of a global IT company for possible FCPA violations in India.
She has managed large-scale cross-functional teams to efficiently assist clients across the globe, including Russia, CIS countries, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and North America.
Prior to joining FRA's forensic accounting team, Uuljan was a member of KPMG’s forensic investigations department where she gained experience dealing with FCPA-related matters, assisted counsel in a settlement of a False Claims Act lawsuit with the US DOJ, 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 in Washington DC. Uuljan is a native Russian speaker.