Kimlynne Olivier, KPMG South Africa

Kimlynne Olivier

Senior Manager

KPMG in South Africa

Kimlynne worked in the Legal industry in the United Kingdom for one of the Top 20 leading international Law firms in their Forensic Technology Department. The firm’s expertise covered all aspects of Commercial law, Competition, European Union and Trade, Construction, Engineering and Procurement, Corporate Finance, Dispute Resolution, Employment and Pensions, Finance, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Regulatory and Compliance, Tax and Insolvency. Kimlynne’s area of focus was mainly on Regulatory, Competition and Investigations. Kimlynne was part of the team who won numerous awards during 2014 and 2015 for the “Competition Team of the Year”. One such award being awarded at the Lawyer Awards 2015 where the team was recognised for their work on a multi-party cartel damages claim for a utility company. Kimlynne has also been heavily involved in managing data collection, processing, hosting and project management from inception to trial and settlement.

Areas of expertise:

  • Electronic Discovery Management
  • MS Office, Access and Sharepoint
  • Execution of Search and Seizure and Anton Piller court orders
  • Litigation Readiness and Support 
Areas of expertise
Advisory Disputes Forensic Forensic Technology Services Litigation Risk Consulting Risk Management
Education and qualifications
  • BSc (Honours) Computing, Open University -United Kingdom

  • Certified Data Collection Technician (CDaCT), 7Safe (PA Consulting)

  • Prince2 Practitioner Certification, Learning Tree International (APMG International)

  • Certificate in Information Technology and Computing -Open University, Open University -United Kingdom

  • Member of the British Computer Society (BCS)

Community Involvement
  • Volunteer at CARA supporting people who live with HIV

  • Community involvement in Sophiatown, Westbury, Krugersdorp and Roodepoort supporting and assisting people from various informal settlements

  • Ambassador for Carry on 4 Babies

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