Cases of this nature will often involve highly sensitive and/or confidential information about you or your business. They require the skills of a legal professional who is not only an expert in financial prosecutions but is also an experienced and robust advocate.

These cases often involve a vast and complex paper trail including invoices, order books, bank statements, electronic and paper accountancy records, expert evidence from accountants, bankers and other financial professionals, and a whole host of other documentary evidence.  These cases are often paper heavy and require detailed analysis by a Barrister with substantial experience of defending clients facing any of the following allegations:

  • Serious and complex fraud
  • White collar fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Complex banking fraud
  • Bribery and corruption
  • HMRC prosecutions
  • Serious Fraud Office (SFO) prosecutions
  • Confiscation proceedings





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