An experienced specialist in international investigations, Dr. Christoph Rojahn has recently joined PwC in the Forensic Services department where he will be focusing on the investigation of fraud, bribery and corruption as well as advising clients in matters of compliance and corporate security. Christoph will be based in Prague with a regional remit across CEE/CIS. A German citizen with long term practice in Switzerland and Germany he will be working closely with German, Austrian and Swiss companies active in the CEE/CIS region.
As economic crime continues to be a major concern to numerous companies, PwC decided to further strengthen its team operating in CEE/CIS by hiring a Director specializing in investigations.
“I very much look forward to helping both local and multinational clients of PwC in the Czech Republic and the wider region. Fraud and corruption are negatively impacting numerous sectors and the capability to investigate them in a timely and cost-effective manner can at the very least mitigate their impact upon business”, commented Christoph Rojahn on his appointment.
“Our clients in both the Czech market and the wider region frequently require support in dealing with of fraud, corruption and other compliance matters. Christoph Rojahn will work closely with our existing teams to further strengthen our capabilities, in particular regarding the investigation of complex and multinational cases”, added Sirshar Qureshi, CEE Forensic Services Partner.
Christoph Rojahn (45) has extensive experience in the investigation of fraud and compliance matters in numerous jurisdictions. His previous roles included a global head of investigations and deputy head of security for a FORTUNE 500 financial services provider as well as a German federal government agency where he held a Top Secret security clearance. He has published a number of expert publications and is a frequent speaker at international conferences. He holds a law degree from Oxford University as well as a PhD in Political Science from Munich University where he undertook research in counter-terrorism operations