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Benjamin Ee

Benjamin Ee

  • Managing Director
  • Forensic & Litigation Consulting
  • T: +65 6831 7820
  • F: +65 6831 7859
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    • 8 Shenton Way, #32-03
    • AXA Tower
    • 068811
    • Singapore
    • T: +65 6831 7820
    • F: +65 6831 7859

Benjamin Ee is a Managing Director in the Risk Advisory & Investigations practice at FTI Consulting, and is based in Singapore.

Benjamin is an experienced forensic investigator, compliance advisor and a qualified Chartered Accountant with over 18 years of experience, of which, seven years have been spent in Beijing.

Previously leading the forensic practice of a Big 4 accounting firm in Beijing, Benjamin has advised clients on a range of matters including fraud investigations, anti-bribery/corruption compliance reviews and third-party audits. His work has assisted clients in responding to requests from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Hong Kong and Singapore Stock Exchanges, independent directors, senior management and key stakeholders. The findings from these investigations have allowed clients to uncover what occurred, and provide explanations in their dealings with stock exchanges, media and business partners.

Benjamin’s clients have included both multinationals and mainland Chinese firms in various industries and sectors across new energy, life sciences, chemical, agriculture and manufacturing.

Prior to his role in Beijing, Benjamin was with a U.S. listed multinational oil & gas company as a Regional Internal Audit Manager and a Singapore listed transport company as a Senior Audit Manager. In these roles, he led teams on internal audit reviews and investigations across many jurisdictions in East Asia, the Middle East, UK and U.S. where he offered practical solutions in resolving ethics and compliance issues to management.

Benjamin’s recent key engagements include:.

  • Engaged by a Hong Kong listed chemical manufacturer’s independent committee to investigate an alleged siphoning of funds (USD$200 million) by the Finance Manager. The investigation allowed the company to respond to queries from the regulators, reassuring its shareholders and planned for remedial action.
  • Appointed by a listed multinational company to investigate allegations of bribes accepted by its certifiers during third-party inspections. The result of the investigation protected the company’s reputation, reinstated confidence with their clients and secured its market position as a go-to service provider for independent inspections.
  • Led an anti-fraud assessment for a private equity fund on a potential investment into a furniture manufacturing company. The assessment revealed fictitious customers and suppliers and an inflation of sales which allowed the private equity fund to renegotiate the deal.
  • Advised a European energy company in an anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance best practice assessment on its joint venture in China. The engagement provided a basis for the company to assess the integrity of the local General Manager and whether its business was conducted ethically.
  • Directed an anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance due diligence review for a U.S. listed conglomerate across Asia Pacific and identified gaps for the acquirer to remediate after the acquisition.

Benjamin is a regular speaker at conferences as a subject matter expert. He is fluent in English and Mandarin.

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