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Building bridges and Effective Advocacy: Asian Approaches to Mediation and Commercial Conflicts
We are delighted to be Supporting our Singaporean Members on their forthcoming webinar on 3 June 2021! Titled “Building Bridges and Effective Advocacy: Asian Approaches to Mediation & Commercial Conflicts”, participants can expect to gain diverse regional perspectives from distinguished speakers across Singapore, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and South Korea. Managing Partner & Head
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IFG Academy: Surveillance – Russia, France, Denmark and Singapore
Watch the discussion unfold with our members on the hot topic of surveillance in their jurisdictions.
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IFG Members Show & Tell Series 1
The first in our series of IFG members’ Show & Tell, where members shared key aspects of strategy and proceedings in their jurisdiction.
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Recognition of UK decisions now has to take place in contradictory proceedings according to Swiss National Law
On 31 December 2020, the transition period between the United Kingdom and the European Union ended. Thus, as of 1 January 2021, European Union agreements with third countries – including bilateral or multilateral agreements between Switzerland and the European Union – no longer apply to the United Kingdom. Like all other international agreements of the
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Litigation Funding: is it time to legislate? – podcast episode
In this podcast produced by our Irish member firm McCann Fitzgerald, Partners Karyn Harty and Catherine Derrig are joined by our sponsor Robert Hanna (Augusta Ventures), partner and IFG founder Gary Miller (Mishcon de Reya, UK) and David O’Farrell (McCullough Robertson, Australia) to discuss the legal position on litigation funding in Ireland, the UK and
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IFG announces three corporate partners and new Strategic Advisory Board in game-changing year
The International Fraud Group (IFG) has successfully attracted corporate sponsorship and convened a Strategic Advisory Board, adding new depth and breadth to the long-standing international alliance of law firms specialising in asset recovery and fraud cases. In what has been a game-changing year, the IFG now has three corporate sponsors: global accountancy practice Grant Thornton,
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A New Era for the IFG – Investing in the Fight Against Fraud
2020 continues to be a remarkable year globally. For the International Fraud Group it is the year when we reenergise ourselves and redouble our efforts to sustain our position as the world’s oldest and most experienced fraud investigatory and asset recovery network. We have incorporated ourselves as the International Fraud Group Limited. We are delighted
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Fiduciaries and Trustees Beware!
You have got to admire the creativity of  Mr Skurikin (S). VTB appointed Receivers (R) over assets (Assets)  in a limited liability partnership which were held in trust for a Liechtenstein Foundation (B). B applied to discharge the Receivership Order (RO) on the basis of a “material change in circumstances” (MCIC). That MCIC was a
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