Peter Gallo is a qualified lawyer admitted to practice in Scotland, Hong Kong and New York. He has an MBA and an LLM in International Criminal Law. He spent 19 years as an investigator based in Hong Kong, working on cases in some of the most corrupt countries in Asia and was a leading authority on the identification and detection of money laundering. In 2011, he was recruited by the United Nations, as an investigator in the Office of Internal Oversight Services, Investigations Division in New York. After his insights and personal experiences there, he became an outspoken critic of the corruption in the UN and has been quoted extensively in the international media and television. In April 2016 he testified before a Congressional Committee on the lack of accountability and the organization’s failure to address the widespread sexual abuses in peacekeeping missions.