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34th ICC FraudNet Conference: Sanctions, Fraud and Asset Recovery in a Turbulent World

Location: Limassol, Cyprus

We are delighted that James Mather and Dan McCourt Fritz will both be speaking at the 34th ICC FraudNet Conference: Sanctions, Fraud and Asset Recovery in a Turbulent World taking place in Limassol, Cyprus on Friday, 6th May.

James Mather will be speaking at 10:25 AM on Part 3: Sanctions - A New Paradigm for Offshore Asset Recovery? panel alongside Michele Caratsch (Baldi & Caratsch), Joe Wielebinski (Winstead PC), Emmanuel Kaspereit (Archipel), and Martin Kenney (Martin Kenney & Co).

Dan McCourt Fritz will moderate the 11:15 AM session on Part 4: Insolvency and sanctions: Who's first, creditor or the State? Management of sanctioned entity with Joe Wielebinski (Winstead PC), John Greenfield (Carey Olsen), Emmanuel Kaspereit (Archipel) and Anthony Riem (PCB Byrne).  

Lance Ashworth QC and Andrew Moran QC will be attending the conference and the networking sessions. 

Serle Court is the only chambers which is a strategic partner of ICC FraudNet, a worldwide network of independent lawyers who are the leading civil asset recovery specialists in each country. ICC FraudNet’s membership extends to every continent and the world’s major economies, as well as leading offshore wealth havens that have complex bank secrecy laws and institutions where the proceeds of fraud often are hidden.  

To find out more about the ICC FraudNet please visit the website here.  To read about Serle Court's expertise in relation to Civil Fraud and Asset Tracing litigation, please click here.

Serle Court's Marketing Brochure for this event can be viewed here