MAZARS has announced the appointment of Neil Fletcher to its forensic and investigation services team.
Fletcher will be based in London and will lead the firm’s investigations practice. He joins the top ten firm from the global corporation LafargeHolcim, where he was head of group investigations.
Prior to LafargeHolcim, he spent nine years at BP, where his roles included director in the fraud and misconduct investigation team. Neil was instrumental in establishing a global professional multidisciplinary team and helping deliver new compliance investigations governance frameworks at both LafargeHolcim and BP.
He has led and managed forensic and investigation assignments across the UK and in more than 90 countries globally.
Nigel Grummitt, partner and head of Mazars’ global forensic and investigation services practice adds: “Neil brings considerable investigative expertise to the team, helping us expand our service offering in this area. We are excited to have Neil join us at a time of continued growth for Mazars”.
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Dennis Layton takes up the position on April 1 and will contribute to the firm’s goal of becoming the leading global professional services organisation by 2020
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