Country Managing Partner, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, EY Switzerland
Dr. Michael Faske is a Partner at EY and is head of EY‘s Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Group in Switzerland. Michael has close to 20 years of relevant work experience in fraud and investigations, financial and economic damage, anti-money laundering investigations, fraud prevention, compliance matter issues as well as in corporate legal issues. Michael is a guest lecturer at the Lucerne University of Applied Science and Arts in the Competence Centre for Forensic and Economic Crime as well as at the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) Berlin. He is also author of various thought leadership on the topic of economic crime and corporate compliance.
Executive Director, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, EY Switzerland
Matthias Grossenbacher is an Executive Director in EY’s Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Group in Switzerland. He is based in Zurich. Matthias has over 10 years consultancy experience in fraud investigation and compliance inquiries as well as in internal audit. He specializes in assisting life sciences companies with investigations and corporate compliance work. Matthias brings deep, relevant experience in life sciences. His significant investigative and compliance experience includes integrated compliance management systems, third party compliance and compliance investigations. He is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
Managing Partner – ASEAN, Head of Forensic Technology & Discovery Services – Asia Pacific, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services
Reuben leads the organization’s Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services in Asean and the Forensic Technology & Discovery Services competency in Asia-Pacific. As a practitioner in consulting and technology for over 30 years, Reuben is experienced in the application of innovative and emerging technologies to assist clients in investigation of fraud and corruption, transformation of their regulatory and corporate compliance and risk functions, and litigation support for disputes in the region. With the rise in digital frauds, cyber threats and massive data in corporations, he focuses on leveraging advance techniques in forensic data analytics and digital forensics to help clients mitigate financial losses and reputational damage. He has also been involved in large-scale implementation of fraud and anti-money laundering detection and prevention solutions for financial institutions in the region.
Sharon van Rooyen is the leader of EY’s Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services practice in Africa. Sharon is an admitted advocate and has more than 21 year’s forensic experience. Sharon is a Partner at EY, holds LLM, LLB and BCom degrees, is a past Director of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (2008 to 2012) and the current Deputy Chairperson of the Institute for Commercial Forensic Practitioners (“ICFP”).Sharon has a multi-disciplinary forensic knowledge and experiences spread across investigations, legal disputes, fraud prevention and forensic technology. Sharon has also worked across both private and public sectors, but has extensive and special focus in the Financial (including banking, insurance and life assurance), Governmental (National and Provincial Departments) and Mining and Metals sector.