Fiona Jackson presented two lectures today at the International Association for Asset Recovery’s inaugural Cross-Border Asset Tracing and Recovery Conference in London. Launching the London Chapter of the IAAR, the Conference brought to the UK the IAAR’s specialist knowledge in recovering assets derived from illegal activity and Fiona joined a distinguished panel of speakers.
In her first presentation, Fiona addressed delegates about Dissecting Bank, Business and Credit Card Records That Lead You to Hidden Assets and Fronts for the Bad Guys and invited them to “think outside the box” in gathering vital evidential material from electronic resources to result in successful convictions and recovery of criminal assets.
Later in the afternoon Fiona returned to the stage to join a panel workshop that considered Navigating the Requirements of the (Imminent) UK Bribery Act and the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act – Keeping The Corruption Assets in View, where she spoke on issues of recovering bribery assets in the UK by means of criminal confiscation, civil recovery, and other potential civil law remedies for victims of external and internal bribery.
Further information about Fiona’s work can be found here.