We are delighted to announce that Keith Oliver and Amalia Neenan have authored a chapter in the latest CDR Essential Intelligence – Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery 2021 publication. Keith also served as the Contributing Editor for the 2021 edition.

Due to the worldwide economic downturn in the wake of Covid-19, the threat of fraud is exponentially higher. As a result, the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) has suggested that due to the scale of the problem, fraud should be classed as a threat to national security. Keith Oliver and Amalia Neenan explore the current legal framework underpinning fraud, asset tracing and recovery cases in England & Wales, examining how it has stood up against these challenges and what issues the future may bring as we attempt to regain control over what has been termed the ‘new normal’. Read more

This article was first published in CDR Essential Intelligence – Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery.