Alan Levesque Joins Ankura as Senior Managing Director
Raytheon Company's former Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer bolsters Ankura's national security, risk and compliance offerings
Ankura, a global business advisory and expert services firm, announced the appointment of Alan Levesque as Senior Managing Director. Based in Washington, D.C., Mr. Levesque has over 30 years of experience as a C-suite executive, compliance leader, in-house counsel and practicing litigation attorney. As an authority on corporate compliance and national security, Mr. Levesque’s appointment will enhance Ankura’s national security, risk and compliance-focused practices.
Mr. Levesque brings a broad perspective and skillset to assist clients facing challenging regulatory issues. He has deep subject matter expertise in international trade controls, sanctions, anti-corruption and anti-bribery, privacy, supply chain security and business conduct and ethics, as well as government contracting.
In his former roles as Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer at Raytheon and Vice President for Global Trade Compliance at Sikorsky Aircraft, Mr. Levesque successfully led both global defense technology and manufacturing enterprises through complex regulatory consent agreements. He implemented compliance programs at these organizations that serve as leading models for operational compliance and risk management.
“We are proud to welcome Alan, an individual with impeccable character and values and a proven thought leader in risk and compliance, as we continue to enhance our offerings for clients navigating the complexity and uncertainty of today’s national security and regulatory environments,” said Philip Daddona, Ankura President. “Alan has earned his reputation as a trusted leader with his consistent actions and judgement in areas that by their very nature are not so clear. He’s exactly the kind of leader our firm seeks out: a combination of true professional expertise rooted in a foundation of strength of character. Our already strong team just became stronger.”