SFE & Addleshaw Goddard Breakfast Briefing on Developments in Financial Crime - Edinburgh

Date:     Thursday 21 February 2019
Time:     8.30am – 10.00am
Venue:  Addleshaw Goddard, Exchange Tower, 19 Canning Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8EH

Scottish Financial Enterprise has the pleasure of inviting you to attend a Breakfast Briefing with Addleshaw Goddard providing an update on the developments in Financial Crime.

The session will cover the latest developments in the field of financial crime, affecting financial services firms and other corporates, including:

  • the changing prosecution landscape
  • the latest on deferred prosecution agreements
  • a progress update on the fifth anti-money laundering directive
  • a review of key regulatory decisions in anti-money laundering and cyber-crime controls cases

Speaking at the event will be:

Nichola Peters, Partner

Nichola leads the Corporate Crime and Regulatory Investigations team, specialising in conducting internal investigations and regulatory and criminal defence, including in relation to bribery and corruption, sanctions, money laundering, terrorist financing, information security and fraud. Nichola is recognised in legal publications as one of the world's leading investigations lawyers.

David Pygott, Partner

David is a partner in the Corporate Crime and Regulatory Investigations team, who specialises in contentious regulatory work, with a particular focus on FCA and other financial services investigations. He has acted for investment banks, asset managers and private wealth management firms, and for individuals employed by them, in some of the most high profile civil and criminal investigations to date. David also has experience of defending other white collar crime investigations including those alleging bribery and corruption, irregular/false accounting, and breaches of anti-money laundering legislation. His international experience includes work in Asia and Italy as well as cross-border investigations with a UK element.

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