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Paul Nash is a managing director with Baker Tilly’s forensic, litigation and valuation services practice. He has extensive experience in leading complex, cross-border government-focused corruption investigations in emerging and frontier markets, and he has recently led publicly reported investigations in Liberia and Mozambique. Paul has broad experience of working with international financial institutions, international development agencies and global corporations to develop and implement pragmatic remediation strategies to address fraud and corruption risks.
Paul has more than 20 years of experience undertaking global investigations into fraud and corruption allegations and leading anti-corruption compliance reviews for a wide range of clients. He has worked across several industries with specific expertise in advising government clients in emerging markets and corporates operating in the life sciences, oil and gas and mining sectors for sensitive matters relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and U.K. Bribery Act. Paul commenced his career in the British military services, investigating allegations of crime in the U.K. and the Middle East. He continued working for the U.K. Government as a financial investigator, co-managing the formation of a specialist anti-money laundering unit to investigate cases predicated by tax evasion.
Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Paul worked in the forensic accounting team of a global professional services firm, where he developed extensive experience carrying out multi-jurisdiction fraud investigations and anti-corruption reviews across Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, including an 18-month investigation for a World Bank sanctioned global engineering and construction group.