Amanda Mbindyo

Amanda Mbindyo

Consultant | ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla & Khanna

Physical Address:

ALN House, Eldama Ravine Close, Off Eldama Ravine Road, Westlands, Nairobi


+254 (0) 703 032 326

Email Address:

  1. Background

    Amanda is a Consultant at ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla & Khanna’s Forensics, Risk & Compliance department. She has amassed experience conducting forensic investigations on behalf of major organisations and has specific expertise in financial transactions. She also routinely assists in corporate intelligence and due diligence assignments, internal audits and safeguarding.

    She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from University of Nairobi and is a Certificate of Professional Accounting finalist.

  2. Professional Qualifications

    2023: LL.B, Bachelor of Laws, University of Nairobi

    2019: Diploma in French, Alliance Français, B2

  3. Career Summary

    2023 – Date: Consultant, Forensics, Risk and Compliance, Anjarwalla & Khanna

  4. Top Matters

    Forensic Investigation

    • Acting for a large international Non-Governmental Organisation in connection with an investigation into the organisational businesses and transactions across three different countries, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal and Côte d’Ivoire relating to investigations into potential financial malpractices.
    • Acting for an international, non-profit global health organisation based in Tanzania in connection with an investigation into suspected conflict of interest, fraud, corruption and other misconduct by senior employees, including undertaking corporate intelligence, reviewing financial statements and supporting documents and analysis of electronic evidence.
    • Acting on behalf of a non-profit organisation that operates in disadvantaged rural areas of Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia on an investigation into claims of irregularities involving the payment of advisors and consultants, kickbacks from suppliers, nepotism and favouritism, including conducting consultative discussions and interviews with relevant individuals, reviewing invoices and supporting documents and reviewing the organisations’ relevant policies, procedures and guidelines.
    • Acting for a leading business-to-business operator based in Kenya, in connection with a procurement investigation to evaluate its system of internal controls, including conducting a review of financial systems and statements, quantification and assessment of loss and reporting digital forensics and analysis.
    • Acting for a global technology solutions provider and IT distributor in connection with an investigation into suspected fraud, conflict of interest, falsification of supporting documents, other irregularities and risk and compliance review of operations, including reviewing supporting documents, conducting interviews, transcribing and summarising interview notes and reviewing electronic evidence.


    Corporate Intelligence & Due Diligence

    • Acting for a global logistics company in connection with procurement fraud which was suspected to be perpetrated by a former employee in the Finance Department. This involved carrying out corporate intelligence and due diligence on various suspects, reviewing policies and procedures to assess the extent of compliance, loss quantification, anaylsis of financial statements and reviewing electronic evidence.
    • Acting for various clients in Kenya and Dubai in connection with a due diligence review on potential administrative decisions, including performing detailed internet searches on the individuals and companies on negative media checks, background confirmation, business relations and associations, litigation history, sanction checks, other relevant publicly available information, sector risk assessments and validating the KYC documentation provided by the clients.


    Internal Audit

    • Acting for one of the world’s global chicken restaurant companies in the fast food industry in connection with carrying out internal audit fieldwork by examining the controls in place to ensure that they are adequately designed to mitigate the risks.



    • Acting for a tea company which owns over 282 hectares of tea plantations in connection with an investigation on bullying, harrassment and workplace misconduct allegations by reviwing internal controls assessing the facts, examining information on imaged devices, transcribing and summarising interview notes with the aim of providing evidence for further administrative decisions.

75 / 76