Diana joined Peters & Peters as a trainee solicitor in 2015 and is currently working in the Business Crime Department.
- Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
- Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights
- Young Fraud Lawyers Association (YFLA)
Diana joined Peters & Peters in September 2015 as a trainee in the firm’s Business Crime department. She has assisted on a wide range of high-profile engagements, for individual and corporate clients alike. Diana has worked on a variety of matters including a joint UK regulatory and US Department of Justice investigation into alleged market manipulation and misconduct, a large-scale HMRC enquiry, a successful challenge to an INTERPOL Red Notice, an international money laundering investigation, a bribery case and various general crime matters.
Diana has assisted a number of clients who work or have worked in the regulated financial services industry. Most notably, Diana was part of the team that successfully challenged the Financial Conduct Authority’s refusal to authorise two consumer credit firms.
Diana has co-authored articles in the Solicitors Journal and regularly assist in contributing to the financial services enforcement analysis tool “Enforcd EBD”. Diana has also contributed to various other publications and legal blogs, and helped with drafting the UK chapter of Getting The Deal Through: Anti-Corruption Regulation 2016.
Diana will join the Civil Litigation, Commercial Fraud and Asset Recovery team for her next seat in October 2016.
Prior to joining the firm, Diana spent three years working for Deloitte LLP where she primarily advised on risk, governance and compliance matters as a Senior Consultant. She is a qualified Chartered Accountant (ICAEW).
Diana is a native Hungarian speaker.