Ms. Amanda Gore, a New Zealand national, is a forensic accountant by background with over twenty years’ experience working across multiple regions around the world. Amanda specializes in supporting litigation and multi-jurisdictional financial investigations with an emphasis on anti-corruption, money laundering, tax evasion and asset tracing. Over the last 5 years, Amanda has concentrated on applying financial crime tools to environmental crime offences primarily across Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Amanda has held positions with Deloitte Forensic and Dispute Services in the Cayman Islands, New York and New Zealand, worked in law enforcement in New Zealand for the Inland Revenue Department and the Financial Regulator "FMA" in the newly established enforcement function and run her own Swiss company supporting UK-based litigation for multi-jurisdictional financial investigations. She has also held positions as the Deputy Director General for the Botswana Anti-Corruption Agency, worked as a Director for Standard Chartered Bank in Singapore developing the global AML training agenda as well as establishing the newly created financial intelligence function for the Asian region. More recently, she has worked for UNODC in Kenya establishing a new financial investigations work-stream for the Wildlife and Forest Programme across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Amanda is continuing to support litigation and law enforcement authorities under C4GA including financial investigations relating to deforestation, fisheries crime and wildlife crime cases along with developing training and providing key research and publications for key partners relating to the financial investigation aspects of environmental crime.