Gérard ZoltCountry Practice Leader – Forensic & Integrity Services, EY |
- Gérard Zolt holds a Master degree in International and European Law, a bachelor degree in business law and a fiscal law certificate from universities in the UK and France.
- He started his career at the Luxembourg Financial Intelligence Unit at the Public Prosecutor Office
- He is the Country Practice Leader for Forensic & Integrity Services at EY Luxembourg since May 2012, with over 20 years of experience.
Gérard zolt started his career at the Luxembourg Financial Intelligence Unit at the Public Prosecutor Office. He handled, up to the prosecution phase, all operational aspects concerning money laundering, nationally and internationally. He represented Luxembourg at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF/GAFI) meetings and at United Nations Drug Control Program (UNDCP). He worked closely with the Organized Crime Unit of the Service de Police Judiciaire. Then followed by positions in forensic departments in Luxembourg and Switzerland, where he pushed forward the development and expertise of the existing forensic department. Finally, before joining EY, he set-up and led a Luxembourg company specializing in risk management processes and business development assistance for the financial sectors, mainly in Luxembourg and Switzerland, as CEO.
Gérard has specialized in the field of investigations and compliance assistance in relation to fraud and non-ethical behaviour, economic sanctions and trade export controls, corruption and bribery, complex anti-money laundering cases as well as transaction forensics.
In light of his expertise and experience, he performed an important number of engagements where all around the globe and he has performed assignments in following countries: including Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Dubai, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Monaco, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Turkey, Ukraine and United Kingdom
Due to his function, he is naturally highly experienced and skilled at coordinating complex projects involving various actors and teams at national and international level, as well as interacting with regulators, law enforcement and judicial authorities around the world.
Gerard is a Luxembourg native speaker, fluent in English, French and German.
- Sanctions financières internationales, gel des avoirs et embargos – Luxembourg, le 2 avril 2019
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