Greyhawk’s directors have built, trained and led market-leading teams in both global advisory firms and leading risk consultancies. They offer over 40 years of international experience for the benefit of Greyhawk clients. The firm relies upon the insight and expertise of a network of specialist contributors in over 100 countries.
We are a low-volume, high value firm where every engagement is managed by a director with over 20 years’ experience. We provide reliable intelligence and evidence which enables our client’s to make more confident decisions. We are transparent about our methods and realistic about likely outcomes.
The Greyhawk Team
He provides evidence and intelligence to litigators, insolvency practitioners and in-house counsel in complex, high-value and cross border disputes. He has extensive experience of identifying the assets of personal, corporate and sovereign debtors. He is ranked as an asset recovery expert by Who’s Who Legal, according to which he “provides superlative intelligence in high-value cross-border disputes”.
In addition to disputes, he conducts in-depth due diligence investigations for investment banks, development finance institutions, private equity firms and corporate clients.
Steven has extensive experience of working in complex and hostile environments. His “on the ground” experience includes deployment to Libya, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Iran. He has worked in 11 African counties, including Nigeria, Ghana, Angola, Congo DRC, Sierra Leone, Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe. He has spent time in Russia, Ukraine and Bulgaria to investigate the connections between business, politics and organised crime.
Prior to co-founding Greyhawk in 2012, he was Head of Corporate Intelligence at KPMG Forensic for six years. Between 1997 and 2005, he worked at Control Risks.
His explanation of the use of intelligence in asset tracing was published by the Oxford University Press in International Asset Tracing in Insolvency (OUP, 2009). Steven has a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Oxford.
Edward also acts for investors in a range of non-contentious situations. This includes regular integrity due diligence assignments for debt funds acquiring commercial NPL portfolios across Europe and for three development finance institutions evaluating investments in higher-risk markets. He has provided intelligence to the sponsors of over twenty IPOs and bond issues on major European exchanges in the last two years.
Prior to co-founding Greyhawk in 2012, Edward worked in the Forensics department at PwC in London and Hong Kong where he led the intelligence workstream on one of the largest banking frauds to be tried in the English courts. Before that he spent four years at KPMG, where he helped to establish its corporate intelligence function and supported a range of cross-border fraud and corruption investigations. He was also responsible for coordinating due diligence globally for one of Europe’s largest sovereign wealth funds. Between 2000 and 2006, he worked for a leading international investigations firm. Edward speaks French and Spanish.
Between 2014 and 2016 Marc was Global Head of Business Integrity at BP Plc. During this time he built and led BP’s group-wide investigation programme covering 75,000 employees in over 70 jurisdictions. He managed sensitive investigations in many countries including China, India, Russia, Azerbaijan, Angola and Brazil.
Previously Marc led the Ethics and Compliance function for BP’s downstream and trading businesses for eight years. He was responsible for many group-wide programmes, including BP’s “whistle-blower” programme, managing bribery and corruption risk in respect of agents, anti-money laundering and sanctions controls. He developed compliance programmes for the oil trading business and led the implementation of appropriate compliance policies following a trading manipulation case brought by the US Department of Justice.
Prior to BP, Marc was head of compliance at Credit Lyonnais Rouse and ING Derivatives. He speaks regularly at conferences on investigations and ethics matters.
Artur holds a Master of Science degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and a BA in History (First Class) from University College London. He speaks Spanish and Catalan.
Alison graduated from the University of Oxford with a first class degree in European and Middle Eastern Languages. She speaks French and Arabic.
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