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White Collar Crime Forum: Oliver Powell to join panel discussion on fishing for dirty money

Oliver Powell will join colleagues from Stewarts and Skadden at the White Collar Crime Forum on 11th May to discuss “Fishing for dirty money – are the latest UK sanctions and economic crime legislation an effective trawler?”

Oliver Powell has been invited to join a panel discussion at the 6th White Collar Crime Forum on Wednesday 11th May 2022. The event will be held at K&L Gates, One New Change, London, EC4M 9AF from 4pm.

This will be a hybrid event, with the opportunity to join either online or – for the first time since 2019 – face-to-face. This event has been organised by information management experts Open Text.

K&L Gates are sponsoring and hosting the event which will consider a number of the main issues relating to white collar crime. The full agenda is as follows:

White Collar Crime Forum Agenda

  • 4.00pm Welcome
  • 4.10pm Panel discussion
    Fishing for dirty money – are the latest UK sanctions and economic crime legislation an effective trawler? Speakers: Pia Mithani and David Savage of Stewarts Law, Elizabeth Robertson of Skadden and Oliver Powell from Outer Temple
  • 5.00pm Panel discussion
    To pay or not to pay? Criminal law and litigation considerations relating to ransomware attacks Speakers: Emma Gordon, Tim Browning, Chris Stott and Kimberley Jones of Eversheds Sutherland
  • 6.00pm Drinks and networking

To register to attend visit this link.

Find out more

Oliver Powell is a member of our Business Crime & Regulatory team. He undertakes instructions that involve the regulation of business activity and commerce and has a strong pedigree in economic sanctions and export controls. He has advised various clients on all aspects of sanctions law across UN, EU, US and UK regimes. He has advised a number of companies and individuals in respect of, inter alia: the Sanctions and AML Act 2018; prospective commercial transactional risks; the EU Blocking Regulation; sanctions contract clauses; and investigations. Most frequently, Oliver advises on EU and UN sanctions regimes, and their relationship with US and UK sanctions frameworks.

Oliver is a member of the Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists.

To find out more about Oliver, please contact Sam Carter on +44 (0)203 989 6669 or Colin Bunyan on +44 (0)20 7427 4886 for a confidential discussion.

Events 5 May, 2022


Oliver Powell

Call: 2006 (England & Wales); 2010 (Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (BVI))

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