Glenn Johnston

Glenn is spearheading Audere’s expansion in North America and also specialises in business development efforts globally. He has over two decades of experience in intelligence and investigations, including, cross-border transactional due diligence, market entry advisory, fraud and corruption investigations, litigation support, asset searches, shareholder activism and proxy contests, and Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and other national security matters.

Glenn began his career as a financial journalist in London and New York. He served as a press officer for the United Nations after the Gulf War and was assigned to the General Assembly’s Legal Committee and the Security Council. He worked for two corporate law firms before transitioning to the intelligence and investigations sector. He has a law degree from Trinity College Dublin.

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