Krista Mooney

Krista Mooney

Partner, Forensic Services, PwC Canada

Krista is a Partner in Calgary’s Deals practice and leads PwC's Forensic Services group for Western Canada. She specializes in forensic accounting and fraud investigations for public and private sector clients, with a focus on oil and gas, mining and government, and oversees the provision of forensic technology services in Alberta, including e-Discovery and digital forensics. 

Krista investigates matters involving fraud or other wrongdoing, including misappropriation of assets and fraudulent financial reporting. Examples include matters relating to procurement fraud, lapping schemes, expense report frauds, cheque frauds, undisclosed conflicts of interest, theft of intellectual property and confidential information, domestic and foreign bribery and corruption (CFPOA and FCPA) and money laundering.  Krista also advises clients on fraud limitation and loss prevention policies, including implementation of anti-fraud regimes, conducting compliance audits, performing fraud risk assessments and implementing anti-bribery and corruption compliance programs.   

Krista is a member of PwC’s National Deals Leadership Group and currently serves as the Employee Value Proposition Leader for Deals Canada. She is a sought-after coach, mentor and sponsor, and a graduate of PwC’s Women in Leadership program. She is passionate about all things people and deeply committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse culture at PwC.  

Krista began her career with PwC in 2003 in the Audit and Assurance practice upon graduating from Queen's University with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree. 

Krista is a qualified Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) in both Ontario and Alberta, Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF). She also holds a specialist designation in Investigative and Forensic Accounting (CA•IFA).   


  • Deals


  • Anti-bribery and corruption services
  • Anti-money laundering services
  • Global intelligence
  • Investigations
  • Forensic Remediation
  • Fraud Risk Assessments


  • Queen’s University
  • Bachelor of Commerce Honours
  • University of Toronto Rotman School of Management
  • Investigative and Forensic Accounting
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