Trident Integrity is helmed by the best in the anti-corruption and business integrity industries. We’re equipped with the knowledge, experience, and capability to establish world-class integrity systems.
Dr Mark LovattCEO of Trident Integrity
Dr Mark Lovatt is the CEO of Trident Integrity, an internationally-recognised expert at strengthening integrity infrastructure in organisations across Malaysia and the Asia-Pacific region, and one of the few PECB-certified Lead Implementers for ISO 37001. He was previously the Business Integrity Programme Manager at Transparency International Malaysia and the Managing Director of the organisation’s consultancy arm, TI BIP Malaysia Sdn Bhd.
Dr Lovatt is a thought-leader in the area of business integrity and a pioneer in the corporate integrity architecture. His work has been adopted by other Transparency International chapters and has been recognised by the movement as one of the global leaders in the area of business integrity.
Datin Radhika NandrajogSenior Consultant
Radhika Nandrajog is an anti-corruption expert and a qualified Chartered Accountant, with over 15 years of working experience across a variety of industries, roles and countries.
Prior to joining Trident, Radhika worked with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s special projects team as part of the agency’s education and prevention unit. There, she developed the Anti-Corruption and Ethics Centre (ACE), which provides corruption risk and enterprise risk management solutions to clients in the public and private sectors. Radhika has also worked with Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) where she provided valuation and strategic consulting services to clients in government, civil society and the private sector.
Radhika also has extensive experience working for corporates overseas, including a four-year stint with BDO Simson Xavier in Dublin, Ireland. She has worked in various capacities, including within audit and assurance divisions, and managing clients in a variety of industries including property development, investment, telecommunications, and pharmaceuticals. She also spent some time in New Delhi, India working on a charitable project empowering underprivileged women and children. Upon her return to Malaysia in 2010, Radhika tried out entrepreneurship when she bootstrapped a property investment company and a high-street retail business.
Currently, she works as an independent risk management consultant on a variety of projects relating to establishing integrity and anti-corruption program. She has experience implementing the ISO 37001: Anti-Bribery Management System, and conducting training on corruption risk management.