Jacqui Thompson leads the forensic technology & eDiscovery service line for the Teneo International Financial Centres, which includes Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, and the Channel Islands.
She has over 12 years of experience in the forensic technology & eDiscovery industry globally, with almost a decade at managerial level. She has led matters relating to construction, retail, finance, technology, government, and regulatory clients. Jacqui has assisted clients with a broad range of challenges that they faced, including employee misconduct allegations, fraud allegations, litigation, arbitration, insolvency and global regulatory responses. She has also managed multiple matters pertaining to high profile financial regulatory investigations throughout the US, the UK, Europe and the Caribbean.
Jacqui is technically skilled, with extensive hands-on experience of industry tools and practices used for data collection, forensic investigations, password recovery and eDiscovery. She is passionate about working with clients to offer tailored solutions that meet their unique needs, whilst maintaining industry and regulatory standards.
Prior to joining Teneo, Jacqui led the forensic technology & eDiscovery service line for KPMG in The Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands and wider island group structure. She joined Teneo following its acquisition of KPMG’s Cayman Islands eDiscovery business. Jacqui holds a BSc in criminology & criminal justice studies and an MSc in forensic information technology. She has over 15 years of business and project management experience.
Selected Project Experience
- Management of eDiscovery elements of a UK High Court Class Action. This included the coordination and completion of over 50 forensically sound data collections of more than 100 electronic data sources, followed by managing a large review exercise and conducting numerous disclosures to the Court.
- Onsite data and review management for a Europe based OFAC sanctions investigation spanning multiple jurisdictions. This meant working alongside external Counsel to successfully identify and collect email data, management of a large-scale document review in each location and assist in the responding to regulators requests.
- Jacqui led all data elements of a data intense construction case relating to arbitration on behalf of a local government entity. This required implementing bespoke approaches and utilizing data analytics in order to complete review of vast volumes of data.
- Onsite data and review management for a multi-jurisdictional Caribbean based US financial regulatory investigation. Working closely with the client teams and external Counsel to successfully implement secure data review solution, conduct data collections and complete large scale document review across multiple Caribbean islands concurrently.