Asset Recovery 2018

Asset Recovery 2018

Pages: 153

ISBN: 2051-0489

  • £300.00

Perpetrators of fraud and corruption have increasingly benefited from the quickening technological changes that make it simple to break down barriers across international borders when dealing with the transmission of information and the movement of assets.

Getting the Deal Through's Asset Recovery provides expert summaries of the laws and regulations which have been developed to freeze and repatriate the proceeds of fraud and corruption. Both civil and criminal asset recovery are covered in this volume.

Revised and updated in in October 2017, this edition contains the following chapters:

Editorial chapters

  • Global Overview
    • Jonathan Tickner, Sarah Gabriel and Hannah Laming, Peters & Peters


  • Australia
  • Bermuda
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Canada
  • Cayman Islands
  • Cyprus
  • Greece
  • Hong Kong
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Jersey
  • Kazakhstan
  • Korea
  • Liechtenstein
  • Monaco
  • Nigeria
  • Qatar
  • Serbia
  • Switzerland
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

Jonathan Tickner, Peters & Peters

Jonathan Tickner is a partner at Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP, specialising in commercial litigation, commercial fraud and competition law damages claims. Jonathan’s work includes large complex commercial disputes, the conduct of internal investigations and the diversion of business opportunities.

Jonathan enjoys a long-standing relationship with the Department of Health and NHS Protect, having acted for the NHS over the past 14 years in the largest pharmaceutical competition law cases in the UK. He is currently acting on behalf of the Secretary of State for Health and others in cases alleging anti-competitive conduct against Les Laboratoires Servier, and previously acted in the proceedings against Reckitt Benckiser plc which concluded in February 2014.

Jonathan is recommended in The Legal 500 for competition litigation, and was recognised  in The  Lawyer’s   ‘Hot  100’  list   in  the  litigation/ regulation category in 2014. He is co-author of Getting the Deal Through: Asset Recovery 2013, 2014 and 2015 editions.

Sarah Gabriel, Peters & Peters 

Hannah Laming, Peters & Peters

Hannah joined Peters & Peters in 2010 as an employed barrister and became a partner in November 2014. Her expertise includes matters relating to serious fraud, corruption, private prosecutions, internal investigations, FCA enforcement issues, money laundering and economic sanctions. She was called to the Bar in 2001 and practised at the independent bar for several years.

Prior to joining Peters & Peters, she was engaged as a prosecutor at the Serious Fraud Office and subsequently in the Financial Services Authority's wholesale enforcement division. Hannah's cases often involve complex financial transactions and multi-jurisdictional issues. She has worked closely with a number of overseas agencies including the US Department of Justice.

Her clients include global financial institutions, hedge funds and multi-national corporate entities as well as executives and individuals. Hannah has substantial experience of bringing private prosecutions (both prosecuting and defending), most recently acting for the complainant in R v Somaia – the biggest private prosecution brought by an individual. She advises on a range of FCA regulatory matters, including insider dealing, market abuse, unauthorised trading, financial promotions, systems and controls breaches, and investigations into the conduct of regulated individuals, including those with significant influence functions.

Hannah has conducted internal investigations for corporate entities, including FTSE 100 clients, as well as providing advice to multinationals wishing to assess the adequacy of their policies and procedures relating to financial crime, for example anti-bribery and corruption, anti-money laundering or economic sanctions controls.

We Also Recommend