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David Ingram

Partner at Grant Thornton UK

London, United Kingdom

About Me

I joined Grant Thornton in 2008 and head up the firm's proceeds of crime team, specialising in the management and tracing and recovery of assets. I regularly take appointments as Court Appointed Receiver in criminal and non-criminal matters as well as contentious insolvency appointments.

I have over 25 years of experience in insolvency and have specialised in contentious insolvency and the proceeds of crime for 15 years. Recent experience including a hostile appointment as liquidator in a multimillion pound tax fraud and numerous 'boiler room' frauds ranging from premier wine to property investments in Brazil.

I established and now chair the Insol-Europe Anti-Fraud Forum through which we are establishing a European network of like-minded individuals who specialise in fraud, asset tracing and recovery.

I regularly speak at conferences on the topic of fraud and how to recover assets, whether in the UK or overseas.

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Whistleblower declines $16.5 million award

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Mrs "disappeared canoeist"Anne Darwin has written a book

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Defence to Ponzi scheme is "greedy investors"

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Jail for cold-caller who scammed elderly wine investors

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