John is the leading partner of Forensic Services practice of PwC China and Hong Kong. His work involves providing financial advice to clients and their legal advisors involved in dispute or potential dispute situations and carrying out forensic accounting reviews.
John has over 19 years experience in Hong Kong, China and the United Kingdom working with PwC and its predecessor firms.
Following his transfer to the PwC Hong Kong in 1992, he gained extensive experience in litigation support including arbitration, major commercial litigation and criminal fraud cases. In connection with this work he has worked with instructing solicitors and barristers both in Hong Kong and overseas and has given professional evidence in Hong Kong.
In relation to his reviews work John has been retained by both private clients and other regulatory bodies including the Securities and Futures Commission.
In recent years, John has been involved in a large number of US Foreign Corrupt Practice Act assignments in Asia and is a regular speaker on corruption issues both internally and for clients. John has developed and delivered training and presentations in respect of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other international anti-bribery legislation.