C5: European Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery forum

Place: Grand Hotel Kempinski, Geneva, Switzerland
Time: 19 Apr 2012 08:00 – 20 Apr 2012 17:00
Working language: English

On 19-20 April, C5's European Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery forum took place in Geneva, Switzerland. SORAINEN Estonia partner Carri Ginter participated in a panel discussion on "How to Chase Fraudsters throughout New Europe: An Advanced Guide to Investigating Fraud and Recovering Assets in the Baltic and the Balkan States". The main topics in the discussion panel were:

  • Recent experiences from Estonia and Serbia
  • Austria's cross-border approach combining criminal prosecution, asset forfeiture and civil litigation
  • The UK as primary and ancillary jurisdiction

C5's European Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery forum is the most comprehensive, innovative and practical forum dedicated to the tracing and recovery of fraudulently obtained or hidden assets. As well as provided the latest legal developments and techniques in asset tracing and recovery, it offers unparalleled networking opportunities for lawyers, forensic accountants and recovery experts from around the world.

Having conducted extensive research with the market, new expert-led sessions for 2012 included:

  • The European Account Preservation Order – how will it unfold in Europe and what will this mean for recovery professionals?
  • Fraud, asset tracing and recovery in the Baltic and Balkan States
  • The latest on recovery actions arising from the Arab Spring and the impact of trade sanctions on persons associated with former ruling elites
  • Examining the relationship between international insolvency and fraud and asset recovery action.

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