3 March 2011 – PwC Czech Republic Forensic Services team was strengthened by the addition of Oldřich Šulák, Manager. Oldřich has broad experience in area of forensic investigations and disputes as well as fraud and misconduct investigation, corruption and bribery cases or ethics-breakings in various business sectors.
Oldřich specialises in forensic services and his experience lies mainly in fraud and corruption investigations, prevention, fraud risk assessment, internal control systems and corporate ethic programs.
“There is no industry immune to economic crime these days. I believe, thanks to my knowledge and experience in areas of prevention, detection and crime investigation in various industries, I am able to help our clients find solution and provide professional support in those unpleasant situations“, added Oldřich.
Oldřich (40) comes to PwC from Centre for European Projects Development. In the past, he worked also as an financial crime investigator by Police of the Czech Republic as well as a consultant and forensic expert for Deloitte, Citibank and KPMG. Oldřich graduated from the Charles University in Prague – Faculty of Law and Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague. Oldřich enjoys spending time with his family.
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