Monica Yun, a Manager with StoneTurn, brings experience in advising organizations on a broad range of international legal and business issues. She is involved in monitorships and audits mandated by the DOJ and Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and provides advisory services covering mitigation agreements and compliance protocol implementation.
Monica provides compliance and monitoring expertise and supported StoneTurn’s appointment as the DOJ-mandated Independent Compliance and Business ethics Monitor to one of the world’s largest investments banks. Her work focused on the assessment of Legal & Antitrust and Anti-Financial Crime functions, including anti-bribery & corruption, sanctions & embargoes, and business intelligence functions. Separately, she supported StoneTurn’s appointment as the Forensic Advisor to the DOJ/NHTSA-appointed Monitor of a global Tier One automotive supplier.
Monica also brings experience advising clients with compliance issues in the cryptocurrency space having conducted a BSA/AML compliance review of a digital asset company. On this engagement, she worked with the StoneTurn team to assess whether the company’s policies, procedures, and controls (e.g., cryptocurrency-specific transaction monitoring, wallet screening) met AML and sanctions related regulations and issued recommendations that allowed the company to undertake system improvements to strengthen its BSA/AML program.
Within the forensic and litigation service line, Monica supports intellectual property cases filed with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and U.S. Federal and District courts. She conducts forensic accounting analyses and prepares StoneTurn’s expert witness reports. Her notable clients include Asia-headquartered electric vehicle battery manufacturing companies as well as large U.S.-based Fortune 100 companies.
Monica also provides advisory services and conducts audits of CFIUS-mitigated companies, focusing on areas involving cybersecurity, data privacy, and investment security. These clients are often acquired by China-based investors and her clients include companies within the internet-of-things (IOT), appliances, and hospitality industries.
Monica is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS) and maintains a Blockchain Accounting Certificate through the AICPA