Victoria Chamberlain is an associate managing director with K2 Intelligence’s Investigations and Disputes practice and part of its Financial and Forensic Investigations team, based in London. She assists clients with forensic accounting and financial investigation assignments. Victoria specializes in investigating cases of fraud, corruption, and other wrongdoing, helping her clients to understand complex financial issues, resolve disputes, and recover losses. Victoria has particular expertise in the analysis and presentation of complex financial information used to support regulatory and legal proceedings.
Prior to joining K2 Intelligence, Victoria worked at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), where on behalf of the FCA’s Enforcement Division she conducted regulatory, criminal, and confiscation investigations under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. During her time at the FCA, Victoria served as an accredited financial investigator with sole responsibility for the confiscation investigations of multiple defendants investigated and convicted in the FCA’s largest insider dealing case to date.
Before joining the FCA, Victoria worked for Hertfordshire Constabulary’s Economic Crime Unit, where she conducted and assisted with a variety of investigations into fraud, money laundering, drugs-related offences, theft, cash detention, and confiscation. Victoria started her career as a trainee accountant at KPMG, where she conducted audits for clients in the financial services sector. She has also worked in private practice, the banking sector, and the financial services industry. Victoria has previous experience in audit, financial reporting, forensic accounting, complex financial investigation, and asset tracing.
Victoria is a fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (FCCA) and received her M.A. (Hons.) in business studies and accountancy from the University of Edinburgh.