Louise Jordaan, a Partner with StoneTurn, has more than 22 years of forensic investigation, forensic accounting, expert witness and business dispute resolution experience. She also advises clients on the implementation of whistleblowing services and fraud management controls in support of their compliance and risk management functions.
Louise has been involved in and managed numerous forensic accounting engagements related to the misrepresentation of financial statements of listed companies, loss of profits, and quantification of resulting claims and insolvency related matters. She has predominantly worked with clients in the financial services, manufacturing, natural resources and mining industries. She has also worked with clients in the public sector, including municipalities, the South African Revenue Service, the South African Police Service and the National Prosecuting Authority.
Louise has led a variety of investigations, including cross-border investigations, related to misconduct such as theft, anti-money laundering, corruption and general employee and executive fraud.
Prior to joining StoneTurn, Louise was with KPMG, where she served as a Partner in the Forensics practice and managed the Ethics Line services offering.
Louise is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants, the Institute of Regulatory Board for Auditors, the Institute of Commercial Forensic Practitioners, and an Associate Member of the ACFE International. She is an Admitted Advocate to the High Court of South Africa.
South Africa’s Dispute Resolution & Arbitration Landscape
Louise Jordaan, a Partner in StoneTurn’s Johannesburg office, talks about alternative means of dispute resolution being used by many companies in South Africa, and outlines the benefits of negotiation, mediation and arbitration.