Before joining Kroll, Iain worked for an international investment bank in London.
Iain has worked on numerous forensic investigations, multi-jurisdictional litigation support and asset tracing assignments, and investigative due diligence projects for financial institutions, law firms, multinational corporations, and regulatory agencies and prosecutorial authorities.
In recent years, Iain has worked for a number of Middle East-based financial institutions, advising their boards and senior management teams on issues related to trade finance fraud, embezzlement, financial mismanagement and manipulation. He has also conducted investigations into employee wrongdoing for banks, state-owned entities and government ministries, construction companies and family offices, addressing and evidencing allegations related to conflicts of interest, misappropriation and leaks of information.
Iain has led a number of high-profile external asset recovery assignments in which he has advised financial institutions, multinational corporations and government entities. This included undertaking an international asset tracing exercise on behalf of the Central Bank of Afghanistan in connection with the investigation into the international transfer of over USD 5 billion of funds across Europe, Central Asia, North America and the Middle East.
Iain holds a B.A. in philosophy and an M.Sc. in comparative politics from the London School of Economics.