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Kroll Opens Grenada Office

by Amanda Banks, Tax-News.com, London

08 January 2008


Kroll, the global risk consulting company, has announced the opening of a new office in the Eastern Caribbean. Based in Grenada, the office will service clients throughout the Eastern Caribbean

The Grenada operation will offer a full range of risk consulting services, including investigations, forensic accounting, asset tracing, litigation support, insolvency and due diligence.

According to the company, in addition to serving local and regional clients, the Eastern Caribbean office will enhance the company’s offshore investigative capabilities on matters worldwide. It will also work closely with Kroll’s Corporate Advisory and Restructuring affiliates in the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands.

The office is led by two former Big Four accountants, David A. Holukoff and Glen E. Harloff, who possess more than 20-years experience working in the Eastern Caribbean.

Mr. Holukoff has led numerous complex and high-profile engagements in the region, specializing in offshore banking and financial institution insolvency matters. He is an authority in identifying fraudulent investment schemes and has acted on behalf of creditors and other stakeholders in multi-jurisdictional insolvency proceedings. He has experience in business restructuring, insolvency, asset tracing and litigating support. Prior to joining Kroll, Mr Holukoff worked for more than 10 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Grenada and Canada. He is a Chartered Accountant and a Grenadian citizen.

Mr Harloff, a forensic accountant and former law enforcement officer, is a specialist in white-collar crime investigations. He has extensive experience in the prevention, detection and investigation of fraud, including insolvency/bankruptcy, secret commissions/kickbacks, procurement fraud and other schemes. Mr Harloff has traced assets for numerous clients throughout North America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia. Prior to joining Kroll, he held senior positions at LECG and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Mr Harloff is a Certified General Account and a Certified Forensic Investigator.

“More and more engagements – whether out of London, New York, Miami or Hong Kong – have significant ‘offshore’ components, and usually in the Caribbean,” observed Sam Anson, Kroll’s Regional Managing Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, continuing: “David’s and Glen’s expertise in navigating offshore transactions in the region will strengthen our capabilities there.”

Thomas V. Cash, Executive Managing Director for Kroll in Miami, added: “With their local contacts and knowledge of the islands, David and Glen will give an immediate boost to our ability to serve clients throughout the Eastern Caribbean. In a crisis, companies need ‘boots on the ground,’ and Kroll now has an instant response capability from Trinidad up the chain to Jamaica.”


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