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We are members of the Very High Cost Crase Panel and we have extensive expertise in defending fraud and allegations of financial crime. In addition to advice in court proceedings, we can offer advice on issues relating to restraint or receivership orders and representation in relation to investigations, tribunal hearings and criminal prosecutions brought under the provisions of the Financial Services legislation.
Multi-million pound conspiracy to defraud involving identity theft; corrupt banking officials in the UK and abroad; money-laundering through a UK factoring house and Middle-East gemstone transactions.
This case involves a large number of defendants said to have participated in a sophisticated attempt to transfer funds from genuine account holders at an international bank into fraudulent accounts which were subsequently emptied. The case involves the consideration of a large amount of complex and detailed evidence relating to the movement of funds between the accounts concerned. A number of employees of the bank have been charged with supplying inside information.
This case involved the proceeds of a VAT fraud, the money being laundered through property transactions. It required detailed and thorough consideration of large volumes of evidence including sound probes and identification of voices.
We represent this client in relation to confiscation proceedings in which he is alleged to have made millions of pounds as a result of his involvement in the cultivation of cannabis on a large commercial scale.
This was a significant and serious prosecution of identity fraud in which our client was alleged to have recruited an employee of Lloyds bank to supply private information about customers in order to facilitate fraudulent transactions. The case was discharged after nine weeks following submissions on prosecution disclosure.
Our firm acted for two of thirteen defendants accused of a multi-million pound conspiracy to defraud the Revenue by importing alcohol and tobacco without paying duty.
This case was a complex charity fraud involving losses in the region of £2 million. At the conclusion of a four month trial, our client received a suspended sentence.
This case involved a high-profile gift aid fraud by the use of charitable donations through a theatre company.
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