- MA, Sotheby’s Institute of Art
- BA, Pennsylvania State University
Ashilee Schreiber is a Senior Director based in London. She is a highly qualified project manager with extensive experience working for large financial institutions involved in anti-money laundering (AML) investigations, trade regulation/sanctions violations, unfair hiring practices, and fraud. Ashilee has also led projects related to competition and price fixing, disclosing documents to the UK Competition and Markets Authority and the US Department of Justice. She specializes in structuring complex workflows and databases for large and small-scale projects, including the use of TAR and advanced analytics.
Ashilee’s professional highlights include:
- As the primary project and relationship manager for two different global financial firms, Ashilee has developed, maintained, and managed all team members and projects where these firms are the client.
- Ashilee spent more than 10 months onsite in the Middle East, as the project manager and main support contact for a global financial institution allegedly involved in sanctions violations. The project involved all data processing and hosting onsite, totaling more than 2.5 million documents, using advanced data analytics, email threading, and near duplicate identification to cull the data size.
- Ashilee was the project manager for an international bank involved in multiple legal actions across several jurisdictions. Working with five different law firms over six matters, the databases totaled more than five terabytes of data. Ashilee oversaw disclosures to the DOJ, totaling more than three million documents.
- As the lead UK project manager in a partnership with US colleagues, Ashilee was involved in a project relating to a cartel investigation. More than one terabyte of data was processed and hosted, with review teams requiring support in five different countries and three time zones.
- Ashilee recently assisted the team in an investigation by the CMA into price fixing by a large, international company. Allegations were related to preferred vendors receiving discounts by the main supplier. The time frame for Ankura to process and host data for 21 custodians over a 12 year period, and for the attorneys to review all relevant documents, was two weeks. Two disclosures were provided to the CMA in relation to this investigation, and advanced analytics and predictive coding were used in the review process.