Fraud & Asset Tracing & Recovery

Venue: Hilton Paddington, London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 27, 2006 End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2006
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With the ever-increasing ingenuity of those seeking to hide assets, lawyers and other professionals involved in fraud and asset recovery cases must have an up-to-the-minute, in-depth understanding of the legal developments, tactics and strategies that will result in the successful tracing and recapture of assets. Yesterday’s knowledge is simply not enough to guarantee success today!
An international panel of experts – including luminaries from the leading law firms, forensic accountancies and those authorities engaged and involved in the regulation and investigation of fraudulent activity – will once again share their insights and experiences and will guide you through the maze of cutting-edge techniques needed to find and recover assets around the world.
There are many highlights to the 11th Annual C5 Forum on Fraud, including:

• The tricks they play: tactics dishonest defendants use in fraud litigation and how to defeat them

• Recent developments and current themes in the area of freezing injunctions, search and disclosure orders

• A consideration of the balance between civil recovery for victims and confiscation for the state
• Employees under investigation: what the key considerations are
• The practicalities and legalities involved in witness preparation (this session includes mock

• The proprietary remedies in commercial fraud

• The insolvency procedures and how they can be used successfully to recover assets and the proceeds of fraud
• A roundtable discussion on the tracing and recovery of assets in Jersey, the Isle of Man, the Cayman Islands and Bermuda

• The alternative remedies you can use to successfully bring proceedings against offshore trustees
SOCA and the SFO on their key priorities for the coming year

• The use and application of technology in fraud investigations: what you should know

• The warning signs and preventative techniques to adopt to minimize internal fraud (the session will cover employment, data protection and regulatory issues)

• Money Laundering and Bank of Scotland v A five years on: have we solved the problem?


146 Praed Street, London, W2 1EE
United Kingdom