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Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery Geneva 2019

Location: Hotel President Wilson, Geneva, Switzerland

Serle Court are delighted to be an Associate Sponsor of C5’s 13th Annual Forum on Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery in Geneva, Switzerland from 14 to 15 March 2019. 

Lance Ashworth QC will be speaking on the first day of the conference, Thursday 14 March at 2.15pm in a new session on The New Doctrine of “Unexplained Wealth”: Anonymity – Extraterritoriality – Recovery – Risks to “Professional Enablers”.  The session will include:

• What is the best way to identify and render accountable the wealth of criminals (with a particular focus on criminal organisations)?
• Accounting for unexplained wealth: what are the practical options?
• The civil recovery of suspicious wealth
• What are the criminal and regulatory liabilities for those assisting in hiding questionable wealth?

For more information on the conference, please visit C5's website.

Hugh Norbury QCKathryn Purkis, James Mather, Dan McCourt FritzCharlotte Beynon and Clerk Emma Quin will also be attending the conference.  If you would like to arrange a meeting whilst our team are in Geneva then please contact our Business Development Manager, Charlotte Davidson.