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Nardello and Co.: Rana Feghali heads new Middle East practice

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates - April 30, 2010, Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Nardello & Co., a financial consulting firm, announced that Rana Feghali has joined the firm as Senior Investigator heading up its new Middle East practice.

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Ms. Feghali is an expert in conducting investigations throughout the Middle East, the Gulf States and North Africa. Ms. Feghali has managed hundreds of investigations in the region, including a wide range of pre-transactional due diligence, FCPA and internal investigation projects, litigation support matters and asset tracing.

Prior to joining Nardello & Co., Ms. Feghali worked for a London-based risk management consultancy firm. Her clients include financial services firms, oil and gas producers, corporations and government organizations. While working for another business risk firm, Rana analyzed various systematic risks in the Gulf, such as terrorism in Saudi Arabia and money laundering in the UAE.

Before becoming an investigator, Ms. Feghali was an investigative journalist at several Arabic newspapers, including Asharq Alawsat. She undertook research on business and political developments in Saudi Arabia and the wider Gulf.

Ms. Feghali began her career in Washington, DC at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars carrying out research on Arab nationalism in the 19th century and translating original material held in the Library of Congress from Arabic to English.

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