I help my clients improve their organisational conduct to create a safer and better culture that lives up to the values of the organisation.

David Morgan
PKF Integrity Partner – Queensland

David Morgan

PKF Integrity Partner – Queensland

David has over 17 years' investigation, fraud, corruption and misconduct-related experience. Prior to joining PKF, David worked at leading professional services firms and also has a background as a Detective in the Metropolitan Police Service, London.

His extensive experience covers financial and non-financial investigations, integrity due diligence reviews and whistle blowing incident management and reporting. David also provides advice on how to improve internal control environments and delivers a range of education programs on fraud, corruption, misconduct and investigation skills.

Recent examples of work include:
  • Conducting a serious misconduct investigation into a CEO of a large local council, including allegations of corruption, workplace bullying and sexual harassment. Allegations were substantiated and CEO parted from the company
  • Post incident cyber investigation exercise following a large mining company losing approximately half a million dollars in company funds
  • Data analytics review of large not for profit across their payment framework. The purpose of review was to uncover potential fraud, errors, and provide business improvement opportunities. The review led to the development a continuous monitoring program and a number of key strategic findings
  • Redesigned and implemented a whistle blower framework for an organisation, including policy redesign, changes in roles and responsibilities of key personal and recommendations in relation to key systems improvements 
Qualifications and memberships:
  • Bachelor of Business & Finance, The Nottingham Trent University (UK)
  • Master of Business Administration, University of Queensland
  • Certified Fraud Examiner
  • Licensed Private Investigator

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