Civil fraud litigation is known to be notorious both, for its hugely complex nature, and vast claim sizes.

The shortcomings of the regional judicial systems coupled with the lack of available information and enforcement difficulties, demand specific skills and highly tailored asset tracing and recapturing strategies. Ensuring seamless cooperation with practitioners across common and civil jurisdictions is key to not only delivering victory and reward, but also to achieving this with the lowest possible costs and greater efficiency.

Against a backdrop of significant geopolitical, legal and regulatory changes and civil fraud cases on the rise, the leading commercial litigators and asset recovery thought leaders are meeting for their “Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery” meeting in Geneva next March.


New for the 2020 Edition:

WOMEN IN FRAUD AND ASSET RECOVERY

– Networking Luncheon

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKING GROUPS ON:

– Leadership & Diversity
– Cis Forum


SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH AN IN-HOUSE COUNSEL

A Keynote Interview with:

Elizabeth Baker

Elizabeth Baker

Head of the Proceeds of Crime and International Assistance Division
Serious Fraud Office (UK)

A Must-Attend Event For:

  • Solicitors and barristers specialising in Fraud, Banking Litigation and Insolvency Litigation
  • Forensic Accountants and Litigation Support Accountants
  • In-house Lawyers, Risk Analysts and Heads of Financial Crime from:
    • Banks and other financial institutions
    • Public enforcement bodies
    • Insurers
    • Corporates
  • Private Investigators and other Recovery Specialists


Why do leaders choose C5’s conference

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