Meet Some Of Our Consultants

Our team are able to provide consultancy services in the fields of regulation, AML/CFT, anti-corruption, covert policing, cybercrime, internet investigation techniques and legislative & procedural reform based on many years of experience working in the private and public sectors.

Executive Team

Lawrie Day

CEO and Consultant

Brian Chappell

Director and Consultant (Strategic)

John Burrow

Director and Consultant (Offshore & Banking)

Heeral Vadolia

Office & Program Support Manager

Our Consultants

David Artingstall

Consultant (Regulation)

Ashley Barrow

Forensic and Major Incident Management Consultant and Trainer

Tony Bennett

Consultant (Cyber-Crime, Digital Forensics & OSINT)

Jon Blake

Consultant – OSINT Cybercrime & Information Security

Simon Butterworth

Consultant (Intelligence and Analysis Lead)

Charlie Dickin

Consultant (Strategic)

Michele Dinelli

Consultant (Project Management, Policy and Law)

Gerald Doyle

Consultant (Financial Investigation)

Bill Durrant

Consultant (Financial Investigation)

Barry Ellis

Consultant (Financial Crime and Regulation)

David Frend

Consultant and Barrister at Law

Shaun Galloway

Consultant (Financial Investigator)

Muthupandi Ganesan

Consultant and Barrister at Law

Steve Gwilliam

Consultant (Anti Corruption)

Mark Heffer

Consultant (Financial Investigation)

Gary Kibbey

Consultant (Cyber Crime and Intelligence)

Brian Lett Q.C

Consultant and Barrister at Law

Miroslava Milenovic

Consultant (Anti-Corruption and Forensic Accounting)

Katarina Nikolic


Bob Murrill


Greg Pool

Consultant (Intellectual Property)

Anthony Saggers

Consultant (Serious & Organised Crime)

Sorin Sorescu

International Advisor (AML & Banking Regulation)

James Stark

Consultant (Cyber Crime)

Peter Spinder

Consultant (Strategic and Anti-Corruption)

Rod Stokes

Consultant (Financial Investigation)

John Veale

Consultant (Crime Scene Forensic Training)

Ian Watson

Consultant (Revenue and Customs)

Learning and Development is at the heart of the business

We promote the philosophy that our cadre of experienced practitioners should have formal learning and development qualifications and therefore properly qualified to conduct training needs analysis and design and deliver our learning programmes. This company policy forms part of the criteria set by the Skills for Justice Awards.

Last year nine of our Consultants undertook L & D qualifications with the TAP Training Academy.