James has been with PwC for over 15 years and is a Director with the PwC Caribbean firm. He currently leads PwC’s Forensic Services practice the English speaking Caribbean region.
For the past 12 years, James’ practice area has been heavily concentrated on complex, multi-jurisdictional insolvency cases and fraud investigations, including several offshore banks and investment funds.
As part of the Firm’s global Forensics team, James gained international experience conducting investigations throughout the Caribbean region, Latin America, Canada, Hong Kong, and China. In his role in these matters, James has led asset tracing and recovery efforts into multiple jurisdictions around the globe, typically requiring formal recognition of a foreign insolvency representative. His experience also includes investigations of commercial fraud, anti-trust, and forensic technology cases.
James’ experience and training in various aspects of forensic technology enables him to bring value to the asset recovery team at the acquisition and preservation stage, and on through the evaluation, processing, and review stages. He is an experienced investigator with an appreciation for the nuances different geographies and cultures bring to bear on an investigation.
James is a Charted Accountant (CA), qualifying in Nova Scotia, Canada, a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), a Fellow of INSOL International (Honours), and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Dalhousie University.