Partner and Head – India and Emerging Markets, Forensic & Integrity Services
Arpinder Singh is the leader of EY’s Forensic & Integrity Services practice in the India sub area (including Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal) and Emerging Markets (Africa, Middle East and ASEAN). He is also a member of the Global Forensic & Integrity Services Executive Committee.
Arpinder Singh has significant experience spanning 20 years in multi-jurisdiction investigations, forensic accounting and dispute advisory in India, US and other regions. His key areas of specialization include Anti-Bribery and Anti-corruption, fraud risk management, regulatory compliance, anti-money laundering, corporate governance and training. In course of his investigative experience, he has led large and sensitive engagements, and offered strategic advice to corporates and other stakeholders in addressing fraud, bribery, corruption and other risks related to white-collar crime. As a trusted advisor, he has also worked closely with regulators and law enforcement officials on a number of high profile and global investigations across diverse sectors.
He has acted as an expert forensic accountant in a number of disputes and identified as one of the foremost legal practitioners in business law in the “Who's Who Legal" 2015, 2016 and 2017. He is a forensic accountant with significant knowledge of the law and one of the few experts in India who was an internal auditor, statutory auditor, financial controller and led forensic investigations.
He is a regular speaker at industry forums, covering key topics such as forensic accounting, corporate governance, risk management and managing ethical dilemmas. He is Founder and President of Mumbai Chapter (India) of The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). He is a Chartered Accountant, LLB, CFE, MBA (Syracuse University, NY, USA), and CPA.