Meet Our Executive Team
Bruce o'shea (cfe)
Bruce is a Partner at KordaMentha and has over 15 years experience in forensics. Bruce has operated across a broad range of industries and jurisdictions. He has deep technical expertise to resolve some of the largest and most challenging commercial matters in Australia and Asia.
Chris has over 20 years law enforcement and financial crimes investigation experience working with the Queensland Police as a Detective and with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Chris is currently a Principal Risk Advisor with the Department of Justice and Attourney-General.
Chris is a Chartered Accountant with expertise in risk governance, integrity risk management and financial crime investigation. Chris understands the challenges associated with leading or managing an organisation that values and acts with integrity.
Brendan is a Partner at KordaMentha and has over 15 years experience in giving evidence in criminal and civil cases involving the identification, preservation and analysis of electronic information. Brendan has a specific focus and interest in Cyber fraud investigations.
Milind tiwari (CFE)
Milind is a Higher Degree Research Candidate at Bond University with research interests in fraud detection and money laundering. Milind with over 2 years of experience in forensics has expertise in conducting third-party due diligence operations.
Luke is an experienced risk management professional within the Forensic practice at KPMG specialising in the prevention, detection and investigation of bribery, corruption, fraud and serious misconduct. Previous experience with the Australian Government included a variety of investigative, liaison and risk management roles. These roles often included managing complex investigations and undertaking detailed intelligence analysis into a diverse range of emerging threats.
Mok arrived in Australia in 1988. He worked as a Police Officer with the Queensland Police Service for 24 years serving in general duties, prosecutor and computer forensic analyst. Mok was the first Sikh Police Officer in Australia.
Mok completed his studies in BA Justice, Bachelor of Law and Master of Information Technology. He was subsequently admitted at the Supreme Courts of New South Wales and Queensland.
Since retiring Mok have been involved in various non-government organisations and is very passionate about providing legal services to refugees and new settlers. Mok also provides pro-bono in computer forensic consultancy
Mok is also an active member of the International Police Association, Australian Computer Society, International Association Computer Investigations Specialists and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Mok participated in the Queens Baton bearer relay run in the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.