Peters & Peters

Peters & Peters contributes chapter to CDR: Essential Intelligence – Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery 2024

Head of International Keith Oliver and Legal Researcher Caroline Timoney have contributed a chapter to CDR: Essential Intelligence – Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery 2024, which has just come out.

The guide offers an update on the legislative, regulatory and enforcement developments across 17 key jurisdictions, as well as expertise on current trends and issues in the fields of fraud, asset tracing and recovery.

Experts from across the globe provide thought leadership on pressing issues, such as digital currencies, insolvency, and sovereign immunity.

Keith and Caroline’s chapter offers an overview of the regulatory landscape in England & Wales. It details the evolving jurisprudence in this essential area, a national security risk in the UK and a major risk to the global economy.

As an expert guide for practitioners and laypersons, it explores the current legal framework underpinning fraud, asset tracing and recovery cases in England & Wales.

Understanding this framework highlights the strength of the English legal system as well as its adaptability in the face of adversity.

Fraud is a truly international phenomenon, currently driven by digital reliance on new technologies, but the chapter illustrates how the UK courts have been at the forefront of the fight against this threat.

Keith Oliver is also the publication’s Contributory Editor.

All chapters are available to be read free of charge.