About Skadi Limited
Skadi Limited, founded in 2012, is a niche consultancy focused on Business Integrity within the Financial Services Industry.
Our consultants work with the Control Functions of Banks, Brokerages and Investment Managers to allow them to monitor the everyday activity of their staff more effectively. Law Firms rely on our consultants’ Subject Matter Expertise to provide Expert Witness Testimony and Litigation Support.
Skadi Limited’s dedicated team of consultants are Front Office Professionals, drawn from the Trading, Sales, Capital Markets and Research Functions. Our consultants have wide ranging product knowledge, and a number of our consultants have worked in overseas jurisdictions.
Skadi Limited’s core services are supporting Internal Audit, Forensic Investigation, Expert Witness Testimony, Litigation Support and Product Training.
Our consultants work with the Control Functions of Banks, Brokerages and Investment Managers to allow them to monitor the everyday activity of their staff more effectively. Our consultants provide advice to Internal Auditors who may be reviewing a business during the normal audit cycle, or who may have to get to grips with a complex business quickly in response to external pressures. Due to the delicate nature of our work and the trust our customers place in us our work is conducted in complete confidence. When working with our customers Skadi Limited consultants offer Security, Knowledge, Action, Discipline and Integrity.
Skadi Limited customer projects have included working with a leading European Investment Bank to review its Global Equity Derivatives and Flow Credit Business. Skadi Limited has conducted detailed trading analysis of a customer in response to a Regulatory Request. Skadi Limited has also worked with Internal Audit in a Tier 1 Global Bank to understand its benchmark submissions including Gold and Silver Spot Fixing and GOFO Lease rates. Skadi Limited is working with Internal Audit for a Major European Investment Bank to review its Global Treasury and Liquidity function, to understand the current controls in place around the business, their effectiveness, and improvements which could be implemented.