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BDO Consulting strengthens anti-fraud and corruption services team

BDO Consulting, a division of BDO US, has appointed Momar Ndiaye as a director of its global forensics practice.

BDO Consulting provides advisory services both domestically and throughout BDO's global network. Based in the New York office, Ndiaye will assist BDO clients to mitigate fraud and corruption and promote enhanced compliance.

Prior to joining BDO, Ndiaye was an investigations team leader for the Office of the Inspector General of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, where he addressed areas of noncompliance and responded to allegations of fraud and financial misconduct.

Ndiaye has 15-year experience working with non-governmental organisations and global financial institutions on forensic accounting, compliance and regulatory matters involving financial reporting and internal control.

"NGOs and other global organizations are facing significant new challenges when it comes to managing fraud and corruption risks," said Carl W. Pergola, Executive Director of BDO Consulting. "Momar's expansive international investigation experience from the
Global Fund in Geneva to the United Nations, makes him a key addition to our expanding Global Forensics practice."

Commenting on his appointment Ndiaye said BDO's strong reputation for investigative work in the international marketplace is what drew him to the firm.

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