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Why is international asset tracing so complex?
Marlon Pinto

Why is international asset tracing so complex?

Asset tracing is the process investigators use to track down stolen or misappropriated assets – usually to support litigation proceedings. The goal being to freeze and reclaim as much of the original value of the assets as possible.

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Asset tracing: when and why you should use it
Marlon Pinto

Asset tracing: when and why you should use it

Fraud is on the rise across the Globe. Research into UK fraud rates, conducted in April 2020, uncovered a 33% increase across all financial products – with car and other asset finance applications experiencing the single biggest surge.

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Private Prosecutions - Safeguards
Simon Davison

Private Prosecutions - Safeguards

On 7th July 2020, a House of Commons Parliamentary Committee convened to scrutinise the safeguards in private prosecutions, in order to reduce the risk of miscarriages of justice.

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Criminal investigations - law enforcement liaison
Simon Davison

Criminal investigations - law enforcement liaison

Being a victim of crime can be a shocking, painful and often confusing time. Notwithstanding the often substantial financial implications of being a victim of an offence, this often feels deeply personal, and the natural response is to seek justice against those who have wronged you. We are seeing a substantial increase in private prosecutions, but many victims would still like the police and state to prosecute on their behalf. 

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Crypto Crime On The Rise
Marlon Pinto

Crypto Crime On The Rise

It is no surprise to anyone that the use of cryptocurrency is on the rise; and with this comes the increase of complex cryptocurrency crime.

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Conducting private prosecutions remotely
Simon Davison

Conducting private prosecutions remotely

Covid-19 has created a unique situation in the criminal justice system. Police resources are stretched, courts closed or limited in their ability to conduct criminal trials, and obtaining evidence from witnesses in person is difficult, if not impossible. However, crime, particularly fraud, still continues unabated, and the need to conduct a quick and efficient investigation is more important than ever. 

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