Ben Boorer specialises in internal investigation assignments, often with a financial focus, and their ensuing litigation proceedings and value recovery exercises.
Mr. Boorer is a qualified accountant and brings more than 16 years of experience to his assignments having previously worked in the Big 4, mid tier accounting firms, and specialist investigation boutiques. He also spent two years on secondment to the UK’s Serious Fraud Office.
Mr. Boorer leads investigations into fraud, asset misappropriation, financial misreporting, bribery and corruption, and asset tracing, in both the criminal and civil environments. These investigations are typically cross-border in nature, originating in developing and emerging markets, and he has worked extensively throughout Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and other offshore jurisdictions.
Mr. Boorer also supports clients through proactive assignments including fraud and ABAC risk assessments. He also leads reputational audit projects designed to help clients proactively manage inaccurate public allegations of financial wrongdoing and the repercussions of the allegations such as de-risking or designation.
His clients include law firms, corporates, not-for-profit organisations, non-government organisations, government departments, law enforcement agencies, and high net worth individuals.
Mr. Boorer designed and moderated a series of webinars exploring ABAC risks in overseas jurisdictions, with opinions and contributions from in-region experts, to discuss common pitfalls and opportunities, when operating abroad.
He is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and a member of the Private Prosecutors’ Association.