Kristof Wabl, a Partner with StoneTurn, brings over 15 years of experience in advising multinational organisations in the prevention, detection and investigation of white-collar crime. He began his career with the Federal Ministry of Justice in Austria and is an expert in compliance and matters involving forensic investigations and financial crime. He has led high-profile internal investigations and gained significant experience working alongside international law firms, regulators and law enforcement agencies.

Prior to joining StoneTurn, Kristof worked for 14 years at PwC in Austria and New York. Whilst in Austria, he built and led the firm’s Forensics & Crisis practice in Vienna. He is skilled at helping companies prepare for, respond to, and emerge stronger from unplanned events. Kristof draws upon his background in law as well as experience in managing cross-border projects throughout Europe and the U.S. to serve as a trusted adviser to businesses across a range of industries. Kristof has advised both regulatory agencies and financial institutions on compliance, anti-money laundering, sanctions and asset tracing and recovery matters. Specifically, Kristof assists organisations that seek to understand where their vulnerabilities lie and provides proven guidance in managing risks related to fraud, corruption, and other forms of misconduct.

In addition to his work with StoneTurn DACH, Kristof is a member of the Board for the Austrian Chapter of Transparency International where he also leads the task force focused on Whistleblowing, a post he has held since 2016. Kristof is a co-publisher of Compliance Praxis, a magazine published quarterly by LexisNexis.  In 2023, Kristof was named an Exceptional Expert in Financier Worldwide Magazine’s  Power Players report on Sanctions and Financial Crime. He is fluent in German, English, and Dutch.

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an Exceptional Expert in Financier Worldwide Magazine's 2023 Power Players report on Sanctions and Financial Crime