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International Asset Tracing and Recovery Course returns for second year
Mishcon de Reya is pleased to collaborate again with Blackstone Chambers and The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London, to deliver their popular International Asset Tracing and Recovery course for a second year. Starting in February 2023, the three-day programme will centre around an asset recovery case study that is
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Gary Miller to chair panel event at International Fraud & Asset Recovery conference
Gary Miller, a Partner in our Fraud Group and Chairman of the International Fraud Group, will chair one of the panel discussions at the first International Fraud and Asset Recovery conference organised by the International Fraud Group and Singapore law firm Oon & Bazul.
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OffShore Alert 2022: Mishcon de Reya joins as a White Knight Sponsor
We are delighted to announce that Mishcon de Reya is sponsoring the 9th Annual OffshoreAlert London Conference as a White Knight Sponsor.
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IFG Hackathon 2022 Winners: DeGaYa, Indonesia
On 12 May 2022, Mishcon de Reya hosted an event to announce the winners of the first International Fraud Group (IFG) Hackathon.
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IFG Fighting Against Human Trafficking- Hackathon 2022
We see the launch of our Hackathon to identify the vulnerability of companies’ supply chains to human trafficking and exploitation and help STOP THE TRAFFIK Global and Traffik Analysis Hub do what they do best.
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IFG reaches new geographies in their Fight Against Fraud
The IFG is proud to announce the admission of eight new members and one new Strategic Advisory Board Member in the last 3 months.
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London: International Asset Tracing and Recovery Course
Founder member UK law firm Mishcon de Reya LLP is working with Blackstone Chambers and The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London to launch the University’s first ever International Asset Recovery Course. The course is a five-day programme running in November 2021 that will help you build upon existing expertise
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Gary Miller on Fraud Investigation and Asset Recovery in University World News
The latest report of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) highlights the impact of illicit financial flows on education development and makes recommendations about how the education sector among countries, can be strengthened by using recovered assets. International Fraud Group (IFG) Chair and Fraud Partner, Gary Miller, pointed out that few
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