Mia Falk

Head of Corporate Crime & Compliance

Counsel
  • Stockholm
  • Languages:
    Swedish, English

Since January 2019, Mia Falk is responsible for Corporate Crime & Compliance services.

With her background as a police officer and 25 years’ experience of preventing and investigating financial misconduct, Mia has managed most types of misconduct within both the private and the public sector. She also has broad experience of managing the risks which may be associated with such misconduct both within organizations as well as for individuals.

Mia has worked as a police officer and investigator at, among others, the Swedish Economic Crime Authority, the Financial Police and the National Corruption Group and has also had global responsibility for internal investigations within the Scania Group.

In addition, she has worked as internal investigator within the UN and as a risk consultant at KPMG, where she advised companies and public authorities in relation to the prevention and investigation of various types of corruption and other misconduct.

Mentions

Mia Falk enters the table after being lauded by clients for providing 

"very hands-on and actionable advice." 

Falk often advises on anti-corruption, cases of corporate crime and sanctions compliance. Chambers Europe 2021

Education

  • Master of Arts, Law, Örebro University, 2015
  • Swedish Police College, Stockholm 1996

Experience

  • Scania Group, Head of Corporate Investigations, 2018
  • KPMG Forensic, Senior Manager, internal investigations and prevention of internal fraud and corruption, 2015-2018
  • The Swedish Police, National Anti-Corruption Unit, Investigations and Intelligence Service, 2011-2015
  • United Nations, Office of Internal Oversight Services, Vienna, Austria. Internal Investigations, 2006-2011
  • Europol, The Hague, Netherlands, Specialist in Forgery and Fraud, 2004-2006
  • The Swedish Police, Financial Intelligence Unit, Case Officer for Money-Laundering, Fraud and Forgery, 2001-2004
  • Economic Crimes Authority, Investigator, economic crimes, 1999-2001
  • The Swedish Police, regional financial crime unit (Östersund) Investigator economic crimes, 1996-1999

Other qualifications

  • Visiting Lecturer, Political Corruption, Linnaues University, 2015-2017

Awards

Mandate

Mandate October 22, 2020

Vinge advises Nordic Paper Holding AB (publ) in connection with its listing on Nasdaq Stockholm

Vinge has advised Nordic Paper Holding AB (publ) (“Nordic Paper” or the “Company”) in connection wit…

Mandate December 13, 2019

Vinge advised NAVEX Global in connection with its acquisition of WhistleB Whistleblowing Centre AB

Vinge has advised the risk and compliance software company NAVEX Global in connection with its acqui…

Mandate May 24, 2019

Vinge’s Forensic, Risk & Compliance Group assists Tele2

Tele2 has decided to leave Kazakhstan and has today published the terms and conditions governing the…

News

Vinge top-ranked by Chambers & Partners within ten practice areas
News March 19, 2021

Vinge top-ranked by Chambers & Partners within ten practice areas

Vinge would like to thank all the clients who have contributed with their time through the interview…

The importance of continuous focus on compliance procedures in disrupting times
News May 28, 2020

The importance of continuous focus on compliance procedures in disrupting times

A large number of corporations will most certainly be severely impacted by the effects of the Covid-…

The global reach of OFAC sanctions
News April 15, 2020

The global reach of OFAC sanctions

Sanctions imposed by OFAC have a global reach and therefore also an impact on any company involved i…

Articles

Article May 04, 2020

Anti-Counterfeiting: A Global Guide

World Trademark Review (WTR)