Daniel Trujillo, the former executive vice president and global chief ethics and compliance officer at Walmart, announced this week his joining management consulting firm McKinsey & Co. as chief compliance officer.

“I’ve long admired McKinsey for its work driving positive impact for its clients and the stakeholders whom those clients serve,” Trujillo wrote in a LinkedIn post. “I’m thrilled to join McKinsey as its Chief Compliance Officer and look forward to working with my new colleagues to continue the firm’s multi-year efforts to strengthen and grow its professional standards, risk management, and compliance functions.”

McKinsey has confirmed Trujillo’s appointment.

Trujillo left Walmart in April. He had first joined the retail giant in 2012 as senior vice president and international chief compliance officer and was promoted to global CECO in 2019.

Prior to joining Walmart, Trujillo was deputy general counsel and director of compliance at Houston-based oilfield services company Schlumberger, where he spent more than 15 years serving in many legal and compliance positions around the world, including Africa, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

Walmart has since appointed former Department of Justice official Matt Miner as its new global CECO.