Amanda Raad, a U.S. lawyer who is also admitted as a Solicitor in England & Wales, serves as co-chair of Ropes & Gray’s award-winning global anti-corruption and international risk practice. Amanda has substantial experience negotiating with U.S. regulators on behalf of companies and individuals concerning cross-border matters involving corruption, money laundering, and other forms of financial fraud. These matters are often subject to scrutiny by foreign regulators given their multi-jurisdictional nature.
In addition, Amanda proactively works with clients across industries and geographies to identify and mitigate risk. This work includes advising private equity and other investor clients on risk-based diligence as well as effective and efficient portfolio company monitoring while preserving company independence.
Finally, Amanda advises clients on corporate social responsibility, supply chain compliance and responsible sourcing.
Amanda frequently publishes and speaks on cross-border challenges in the corporate crime and investigations space, including on sexual misconduct. She is a contributor to GIR’s “The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations” and serves as a Director for Lawyers Without Borders, and a committee member for the Fraud Lawyers Association. Amanda is listed in GIR’s Women in Investigations 2018, Chambers UK, UK Legal 500, and New York Super Lawyers.