Britt Endemann will oversee the firm’s advanced AI technology-powered solutions for clients.
3 November, 2020, London: Forensic Risk Alliance (FRA), a leading forensic accounting, data governance, technology solutions and forensics consulting firm specialising in international corruption and fraud investigations today announces the appointment of Britt Endemann as Chief Technology Officer.
Britt’s role sits at the intersection of FRA’s IT, Innovation, and the Data Governance, Technology Solutions and Forensics practice group global teams, where she is responsible for ensuring technology is fully integrated and aligned with the business strategy, and that FRA remains nimble and highly secure when quickly and efficiently delivering data-driven solutions for clients’ governance needs. She will work closely with FRA’s newly appointed Chief Innovation Officer, Harsh Sutaria, and Chief Information Officer, Albert Santiago, to ensure that the firm’s advanced technology-powered solutions remain innovative and able to proactively monitor risks, handle increased and varied data loads and meet multi-jurisdictional regulatory requirements.
Britt will retain her current position as Co-head of the Data Governance, Technology Solutions and Forensics practice group. Her extensive experience of assisting companies with optimizing technologically-driven solutions to address corruption risks and financial crimes, navigating OFAC compliance reviews and conducting rigorous internal investigations, has made her ideally qualified for this new role.
The appointment demonstrates FRA’s strong commitment to supporting women in senior corporate positions. More than 40% of FRA’s leadership positions are held by women, reflecting the company’s dedication to achieving gender diversity and inclusion across the business.
Speaking on her new role, Britt Endemann said: “I’m excited about this opportunity to work with senior technology and business leaders across FRA to accelerate the design, development and adoption of the latest technologies to provide a highly sophisticated offering for our clients. FRA Pulse, our new technology think-tank for up-and-coming tech entrepreneurs, is just one example of FRA’s dedication to advancing and accelerating the adoption of emerging technologies in order to solve the real-world business and operational challenges our clients face.”
Frances McLeod, Founder, FRA, commented: “Britt is an experienced data governance and technology leader, and is fully integrated in the business as a practice group leader and member of FRA’s executive committee. She is uniquely positioned to be able to oversee an integrated enterprise-level approach to FRA’s advanced technology solutions for our broad range of clients as well as internally, ensuring the highest standards of data governance, information management and security. Britt has the technical expertise and knowledge as well as the business acumen to understand how new technologies can be leveraged to make better business decisions and enhance business operations.
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Forensic Risk Alliance (FRA), a leading forensic accounting, data governance, technology solutions and forensics consulting firm specialising in international corruption and fraud investigations for major global corporations and law firms. For more than 20 years, FRA has offered extensive multi-jurisdictional data privacy, transfer, and protection expertise in order to help clients achieve their objectives with compliance, litigation and investigations. With over 230 employees, FRA is headquartered in London, with 10 additional offices across EMEA and the US. FRA has extensive cross-sector and cross-border experience and scalability anywhere in the world with globally integrated teams across both developed economies and emerging markets, having worked in more than 75 countries with the capability to speak over 40 languages.