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Asset Recovery Asia
Bangkok, Thailand

Henry Chambers
Managing Director at Alvarez & Marsal (Hong Kong)


Henry Chambers is a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal Disputes and Investigations in Hong Kong and brings over 10 years of experience in investigative accounting and disputes. His primary areas of concentration are forensic accounting and investigation assignments, fraud, corruption and regulatory matters as well as commercial litigation. Mr. Chambers has worked with clients across a range of industries, including manufacturing, technology and commodities.

Most recently at A&M, Mr. Chambers has been involved in a cross-border investigation where he was responsible for assisting a U.S.-headquartered manufacturing company in its internal review of potential FCPA violations in Asia. The matter involved the collection, review and analysis of accounting data, review of supporting documentation, performance of investigative interviews and preparation of findings reports for counsel

Previously, Mr. Chambers assisted a multinational technology company in responding to requests made of it by the U.S. Department of Justice. Mr. Chambers project managed and led a team of over 20 forensic accountants in data collection and processing, transaction review and production to counsel.

Prior to relocating to Hong Kong, Mr. Chambers was seconded to the UK’s Serious Fraud Office where he provided accounting and investigation expertise for the inquiry into the high-profile LIBOR rigging matter. Mr. Chambers was also part of the team that undertook an investigation on behalf of the Central Bank of Cyprus to determine the events that led up to a call for state aid from the two largest Cypriot banks.

Agenda Sessions

  • Looking back and scanning the horizon – trends in asset recovery