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In the last three years we have recovered over £200 million of hidden and misappropriated assets for clients ranging from foreign governments, HMRC, claimants in major frauds, banks, insurers as well as other listed and non-listed corporates. We use insolvency proceedings, court appointed receiverships and other civil procedures. We have extensive experience of retrieving assets from jurisdictions in the Caribbean, Middle East, Africa, Europe and Asia, as well as the offshore centres. We operate under a number of fee structures, often working on a contingent basis or with the benefit of third party funding. This means we are able to bear the risk of the investigation, and only charge a fee in cases where a recovery is made. In many cases our work represents an opportunity for clients to turn write offs into revenues. In addition, we are experienced at working alongside the UK prosecuting authorities to manage businesses, safeguard restrained assets and recover the proceeds of crime using the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 criminal and civil legislation.

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Echoes of 2007...?

There are worrying similarities between the current market and that of the pre financial crisis. 

UK's £200bn consumer debt unsustainable

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How Social Media Endangers Knowledge

Interesting commentry

How Social Media Endangers Knowledge

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HMRC and Scam Websites

This an increasing area of scam fraud, with victims being deceived that the third parties are HMRC. it is heartening that HMRC are doing...

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The man with three names.

This demonstrates some of the problems tobacco smuggling poses for HMRC. With no need for permanent business addresses, it's somewhat...

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one of the perils of social media.

This demonstrates the lengths fraudsters will go to, with just a snippet of personal information given via social media. 

Could complaining on social media leave you open to fraud?

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First fraud charges by SEC for initial coin offering

For the first time, the US securities regulator has issued fraud charges in connection with the practice of initial coin offerings, or ICOs.

SEC makes first fraud charges against an initial coin offering

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Think twice before opening the stable door

Action Fraud warns of an up turn in scams relating to horse racing.

ACTION Fraud, the UK's national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre, is warning people to beware of investment frauds after seeing a...…

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