- Researcher and reporter for the Council on Foreign Relations
- “Laura Tulchin: To clean up big-time sports events, start with monitors,”The FCPA Blog, Feb 1, 2017
- “Crisis on Brazil: where does corporate compliance go from here?,” Compliance Week, Aug 16, 2016
- “Snubbing the U.S., Brazil Turns its Foreign Policy to the Global South,” America’s Quarterly, Oct 25, 2014
Laura Tulchin is an Associate Director based in Exiger's New York office, where she focuses on the firm’s investigations practice.
At Exiger, Laura has gained extensive experience in monitorships, corporate accountability, and risk assessments in financial institutions. She has led large scale projects focusing on corporate compliance, financial crime compliance and governance in Latin America. Within financial crime compliance, Laura has deep knowledge of money-laundering and sanctions-evasion typologies and controls.
Laura has worked on investigations involving employee misconduct, gender discrimination and public bribery cases, where she regularly uses complex data analytics tools and leads sensitive interviews. She also has experience in the online gaming industry.
Laura joined Exiger from the Council on Foreign Relations, where she researched policy in Latin America. Prior to her time there, Laura was a Fulbright scholar in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, studying the effects of a system of racial quotas in university admissions.
Laura was also employed in the communications department of Brookfield Asset Management in Brazil, where she focused on marketing and investor relations strategy.
- Georgetown University, B.A. (with honors)
- State University of Rio de Janeiro, Master of Political Science
- Published reporter on Latin American economics and politics for outlets such as the Americas Quarterly blog and The Huffington Post.