- Senior Director
- Forensic & Litigation Consulting
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- Keio Shinjuku 3-chome Bldg 6F
- 3-1-24 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
- Tokyo, 160-0022
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- F: +81 3 5369 3940
- B.S., Economics, Rikkyo University
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
- Global Risk & Investigations
- Due Diligence
- Investigative Due Diligence
Shingo Uno is a Senior Director in the Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment of FTI Consulting and is a member of the Risk, Investigations and Disputes team based in Tokyo, Japan.
Shingo is a forensic accountant with specialism in managing fraud, white collar and government regulatory investigations, due diligence for purposes of identifying and remediating compliance risk in M&A transactions, third-party risk management and corporate compliance program enhancement. He has particular experience advising clients on complying with global and Japanese regulations on anti-corruption, as well as other unfair competition practices. He has a depth of experience in providing support to Japanese companies in cross-border risk advisory, investigation and dispute matters.
Before joining FTI Consulting, Shingo was the Compliance Program Manager of Ethics & Compliance for Seiyu GK, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Walmart Inc. in Japan. In this role, Shingo was responsible for driving advancements in compliance program maturity, as defined by Walmart’s global ethics and compliance guidelines. Shingo oversaw reporting of compliance KPIs to market leadership and facilitated regular meetings at which compliance priorities were established. Subject matters under Shingo’s direction included broader retailer-business related regulations such as food safety, health & safety, labour & employment, licenses & permits, environment, privacy, trade and anti-corruption.
Previous to this, Shingo was a Vice President in the Forensic Department of Deloitte Tohmatsu Financial Advisory Co., Ltd., based in Tokyo, Japan. He also has prior experience as an independent financial statement and internal controls auditor. During this time Shingo gained experience in several industries, including Japanese trading companies, retail, energy development, automobile parts, consumer electronics, construction and financial services.
Examples of recent assignments Shingo has conducted include:
- Led and coordinated compliance risk assessment in the Japan market, coordinating closely with the global compliance team and developing a compliance KPI report for the leadership team.
- Developed an anti-corruption compliance monitoring program for the Japan market, including hiring a team and conducting regular transaction testing and developing remediation plans.
- Conducted third party vendor audits, including risk assessing vendors, communicating with stakeholders, conducting transaction testing and interviews and developing remediation plans.
- Conducted anti-corruption compliance training.
- Conducted investigations on a variety of subject matters, including accounting frauds at several Japanese companies, and often their overseas subsidiaries; window dressing for a Japanese food company in its business revitalisation plan; and fraud and misconduct at an electric utility company.