European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Tetiana Kheruvimova is a Principal, Investigations at the Office of the Chief Compliance Officer of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), where she directs investigations and evaluates allegations of fraud, corruption, and other types of misconduct in relation to Bank-financed projects, with a focus in public sector procurement. Tetiana furthermore advises on anti-corruption measures and enforcement practices.
Prior to joining EBRD, Tetiana was an investigator at Business Ombudsman Council (Ukraine), where she led anti-corruption investigations in response to complaints from local and international businesses. Tetiana also worked as a senior consultant in one of the Big Four firms conducting in-depth investigations of clients' staff or third parties' misconduct, carrying out due diligence, and establishing robust fraud and corruption prevention systems.
As a Chevening Scholar, she studied the best practices of corporate compliance and corporate crimes at the London School of Economics and Political Science.