Graham specialises in financial crime and investigations, contract assessment, dispute advisory and fraud risk management. He has more than 25 years of investigative and advisory experience providing value and guidance to clients across multiple sectors. As an Adjunct Lecturer, Graham prepares and delivers lectures on financial crime to students at the University of Queensland.
Graham has worked with all levels of government, private sector companies, listed groups and legal advisors on a range of assignments. His projects have included foreign bribery, fraud, and corruption investigations, workplace and misconduct complaints, contract disputes, forensic technology investigations and data analytic engagements targeting suspicious or anomalous contract fees and transactions, and control deficiencies. His investigations often require extensive document examination, analysis of data and financial records, witness interviews and examination of digital communications.
Leveraging decades of experience, Graham shares his knowledge with the next generation of investigators by delivering training on fraud investigation techniques and regularly speaking at conferences and seminars on integrity issues, fraud and corruption awareness. Graham also acts as a probity advisor to government and private sector procurements.
QUALIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
- Master of Professional Accounting
- Master of Public Policy and Administration
- Diploma in Government (Investigations)
- Diploma in Government (Fraud Prevention)
- Associate Member, CA ANZ
- Adjunct Lecturer, University of Queensland
- Non-Executive Director and member of the Finance and Risk Committee for RSPCA (Qld)