International forensics expert joins ENSafrica
ENSafrica, Africa’s largest law firm, has appointed forensic accountant Tracey Walker as an executive in its forensics team.
Tracey brings with her over 25 years’ experience in conducting financial investigations into fraud and money laundering schemes as well as advising on fraud risk management and anti-bribery strategies. A qualified chartered accountant, she specialises in assisting banks and other clients in their compliance with various anti-bribery codes and legislation, including through training programmes. Tracey has worked with ENSafrica extensively in the past, and is a former independent consultant for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and its anti-corruption units.
Steven Powell, head of ENSafrica’s forensics department, said, “Tracey’s strong international experience in forensic projects not only in Europe and the US, but throughout Africa too, makes her the ideal appointment to help bring an unrivalled level of expertise in fraud management for our clients. Her exceptional accounting skills and experience augment the strong legal, investigative and digital forensic expertise of our multidisciplinary forensics team.”
ENSafrica forensics executive Suad Jacobs added, “ensuring compliance with local and international anti-bribery laws is essential when doing business in Africa. We are thrilled that Tracey has chosen to join us on a full-time basis, and believe that this will greatly enhance our current anti-corruption and compliance support offering.”
ENSafrica is an independent law firm with over 200 years of experience. The firm has over 600 practitioners in 14 offices on the continent, in Ghana, Mauritius, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.