Protiviti adds trio of consultants with Big Four background

31 May 2021 1 min. read
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Global risk, finance and technology consultancy Protiviti has strengthened its team down under with the addition of three new consultants.

Lemuel Khoo, Grace Geddes and Kaitlyn Su all bring Big Four experience to Protiviti, and will operate out of the firm’s Australian offices in Melbourne and Sydney. In Australia, the consulting firm has four offices and a team of over 200 consultants and staff.

Appointed a manager in the technology consulting team, Lemuel Khoo specialises in cyber risk, technology risk and security, and IT compliance. He previously worked at ANZ Bank and Qantas and EY, in the firm’s Cyber Security & Technology Risk practice. He also has experience with data governance and management, business intelligence and reporting operational risk management. 

Lemuel Khoo, Grace Geddes and Kaitlyn Su - Protiviti 

Grace Geddes has been named a senior consultant in the technology consulting team. She previously spent three years at EY, where she advised clients in the financial services industry on technology risk. She has a range of information technology risk experience using analytical tools such as Alteryx, Tableau, R and Python.

Kaitlyn Su has been appointed a senior consultant in Protiviti’s risk and compliance team. She joined from AMP, where she was an internal consultant focused on compliance and regulatory reporting. Earlier, she served Deloitte as an analyst, working on engagements in the banking sector focused on financial compliance. 

Earlier this year, Protiviti added Matt Saggers to its Enterprise Cloud practice as a director.