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Oliver Powell chairs conference panel at AMLP 7th Annual Anti-Bribery and Corruption Forum

Oliver Powell and Jeremy Scott-Joynt were invited by the AMLP Forum, the financial crime and corruption association, to speak at its Annual Anti-Bribery and Corruption Forum in London.

Oliver chaired a panel on ‘Investigations – evolving best practice and lessons learnt from latest anti-corruption enforcement cases on both sides of the Atlantic’. Fellow panel members included Gaon Hart, Global Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policy, HSBC Group, and Cheryl Scarboro, Partner, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP.

Jeremy spoke on a panel concerning ‘Joint ventures & acquisitions – managing corruption risks in the context of fragility’. Fellow speakers included Jason Hungerford, Partner, Mayer Brown International & Co-Chair of the Tainted Assets Working Group, and Ed Wheatley, Sector Head of Ethics & Compliance, Johnson Matthey. The panel was moderated by Sam Tate, Partner, ABC, RPC.

The Forum featured essential updates from: G20/B20, Transparency International, European Prosecutor’s Office, Home Office, the Director of the SFO, FCPA, CPS Chief Crown Prosecutor, IACCC, NCA, as well as leading cross-industry experts from Aviva, Centrica, EITI, GSK, HSBC, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Morgan Stanley, Nokia, RBS and RPC.

Oliver is ranked in both Chambers & Partners (UK) and The Legal 500. He is a contributor to Millington & Sutherland Williams on the Proceeds of Crime (Fifth Edition), OUP. His practice encompasses: asset recovery (civil and criminal), bribery & corruption, and matters involving financial wrongdoing.

Should you require further information about Oliver, or if you would like to instruct him, please contact Dave Scothern, Business Development Director.

Events, News 22 Nov, 2018


Oliver Powell

Call: 2006

Jeremy Scott-Joynt

Call: 2018

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