Forensic Risk Alliance (FRA) appoints Harsh Sutaria as first CIO

New FRA chief innovation officer Sutaria joins from Infinnium, a software provider he co-founded and served at as chief success officer. As well as helping to drive growth, he will bolster the company’s data governance and regulatory compliance offerings.

Sutaria, who brings 15 years’ experience in information governance technology to the FRA, will focus on identifying and assessing new and existing business opportunities, and spearheading the discovery and development of AI, analytics and robotics-powered solutions.

The new appointment has a proven track record in delivering pre-sales, professional and consulting services to Fortune 500 corporations and AmLaw 100 companies.

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“FRA is a market-leading consultancy with a proven track record of leveraging advanced technology to enhance client service,” said Sutaria, “and I’m excited to lead this new chapter of innovation for the firm and uncover new ways to optimise technology-driven solutions to improve case management and reduce overall costs for clients navigating complex litigation, investigations and regulatory issues.”

Frances McLeod, founder of the FRA, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Harsh as our first chief innovation officer. His appointment is a significant step for FRA as the need for advanced technology solutions in investigating corruption and fraud is becoming increasingly critical.

“Cultivating innovation capabilities is central to the growth of our technology offering and we are confident that Harsh will develop and implement best practices to continue to serve our clients.”

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