Brenton assists international companies in overcoming complex risks, for example in the fields of fraud, financial crime, cyber risk, sanctions, corruption and anti-bribery regulations.
He achieved his Master’s in Forensic Accountancy at North-West University, a Bachelor’s in Law at UNISA, and a postgraduate in Cyber Law at the University of Johannesburg. He has been working at EY since 1997, first in South Africa and Australia, and then in the Netherlands since 2016.
How Brenton is building a better working world
“Only if you’re honest yourself, can you help others to behave honestly. Trust is the key word here. And it’s not simply a matter of getting the job done. It’s a combination of relationships, quality, the best services and shared values. Values that society expects from us and EY clients. Only in this way can you become a trusted business advisor. I work on complex, worldwide business issues. And they continue to challenge me. At the end of the day, if I’ve got a satisfied client, then I’m happy too. But my work goes beyond that. I have a strong sense of fairness, and try to contribute every day to making a fair world. Because if we and EY clients don’t do it, who will?”