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New Trustee joins Human Rights at Sea

Posted by September 1, 2016

Rachel Sexton (Photo: Human Rights at Sea)

Rachel Sexton (Photo: Human Rights at Sea)

Human Rights at Sea announced that Rachel Sexton, a partner at EY, has joined the charity as a Trustee.

Sexton is a Partner in the Fraud Investigations & Dispute Services practice at EY in London. She is a forensic accountant with over 20 years’ experience specializing in working with clients across a number of industries. She has led teams working on some of the largest financial services regulatory investigations conducted in the U.K., U.S., Germany and Switzerland in recent years. She has experience working with clients along with their legal counsel on large, complex economic sanctions, fraud, financial misstatement, anti-money laundering, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, and asset misappropriation investigations. She has also advised clients on how to strengthen compliance frameworks and respond to critical incidents and investigation response. She is a regular speaker at conferences on compliance and investigations topics. She is a US-qualified Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner and has completed a Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention from the International Compliance Association.

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