24 March 2021
Carey Olsen leads on five jurisdictional chapters in latest edition of Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery
Dispute resolution and insolvency specialists from across Carey Olsen's global team have contributed the Bermuda, British Virgin Islands (BVI), Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey chapters to the second edition of CDR Essential Intelligence – Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery.
Published by Commercial Dispute Resolution (CDR), in association with ICLG.com, the guide brings together some of the world's leading disputes lawyers and insolvency practitioners, alongside industry experts such as forensic accountants and third-party funders. In total, the guide explores the latest legislative, regulatory and enforcement developments across 16 jurisdictions, and provides expert analysis on industry-wide topics including cryptocurrency fraud, confiscation proceedings and the coronavirus pandemic.
To access the chapters, please click on the links provided below.
- Bermuda (authored by partner Keith Robinson and senior associate Kyle Masters)
- BVI (authored by partners Alex Hall Taylor QC, Richard Brown and Tim Wright and counsel Simon Hall )
- Cayman Islands (authored by partners Sam Dawson, Jan Golaszewski and Peter Sherwood and counsel Denis Olarou)
- Guernsey (authored by partner David Jones, counsel Simon Florance and consultant John Greenfield)
- Jersey (authored by partner Marcus Pallot, counsel Richard Holden and associate Daniel Johnstone)
The complete CDR Essential Intelligence – Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery guide is available through ICLG.com.