Lucy Cryan, a Manager with StoneTurn, has a background in forensic accounting investigations, and dispute resolution. Over the course of her career, Lucy has conducted investigations into fraudulent activity, accounting errors, professional negligence and bribery and corruption.

Lucy’s experience includes carrying out pre–acquisition anti-bribery and corruption due diligence reviews, work which includes the review of ABC policies and procedures and issuance of recommendations for improvement. As part of her extensive forensic investigation experience, Lucy has led an investigation into suspected fraudulent payments and control weaknesses in the accounts payable function of a global travel company; investigated a code of conduct breach by an employee of an international professional services organisation; and assessed the effectiveness of the speak up and whistleblowing programme at a large German bank, as part of a long-term monitorship and remediation programme.

Lucy has also applied her experience across misconduct, governance and compliance to broader matters of ethical conduct. In particular, Lucy has designed and facilitated client workshops on the importance of organizational culture, values and purpose to business growth and value creation; emerging trends and best practices across the ESG strategic risk agenda; and the drivers and consequences of unethical conduct.

Prior to joining StoneTurn, Lucy was a Forensic Accountant at a Big Four accounting firm, where she also worked in the energy and resources audit department. In the latter role, Lucy advised clients in the oil and gas, nuclear and utilities industries which included FTSE 100/350 listed companies and large multinationals, as well as private and not-for-profit organizations.

Lucy is a Chartered Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner.