• The Global Head of Trading and Investment Banking at a German-based global investment bank in a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation of an alleged US$10 billion fraud and money laundering scheme.
    • UK-based futures trader Navinder Sarao against criminal and civil charges in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois for market manipulation and spoofing that allegedly contributed to the 2010 “Flash Crash," a trillion dollar market event.
    • A UK-based commodities futures trader charged criminally with spoofing, wire and commodities fraud in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, and a parallel Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) enforcement action in the same district.
    • The owners of Monaco-based global oil services company against criminal charges in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas alleging conspiracy to bribe government officials in nine CIS, Middle Eastern and African countries.
    • The head of UK-based precious metal futures trading desk in inquiries by the DOJ, CFTC and Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) into alleged spoofing and market manipulation.
    • Numerous complex derivatives brokers in investigations by the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO), the New York Attorney General and the CFTC relating to fraud and market manipulation.
    • The Hong Kong-based former CEO of Wealth and Investment at a global UK-based bank in a DOJ investigation into money laundering and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations.
    • The London-based head of a global sales desk for a multinational bank in a DOJ investigation into fraud and market manipulation concerning the alleged leak of confidential information to a major hedge fund.
    • A London-based trader in an investigation by the DOJ's fraud and antitrust sections and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) into collusion in the Sub-Sovereign and Agency bond market.
    • Several index derivative traders for global investment banks in DOJ and SFO investigations into alleged collusion, market manipulation and fraud.
    • The former regional CEO of a UK-based global bank in a joint DOJ and SEC investigation into potential FCPA violations stemming from the bank's Asia-Pacific hiring practices.
    • The Global Head of Corporate and Investment Banking at a French global investment bank in a DOJ investigation into alleged FCPA violations in securing investments from North African sovereign investment authority.
    • A U.S.-based stock trader against federal criminal market manipulation, money laundering and tax evasion charges in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, as well as parallel asset forfeiture and SEC enforcement actions based on the use of novel liquidity arbitrage strategies in U.S. securities markets.
    • The former EMEA Head of the Portfolio Solutions Group for State Street bank, charged in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts with a US$15 million wire and securities fraud.
    • The Board of Directors of a Swiss bank in conducting an internal investigation into tax evasion.
    • The CEO of an asset management company with US$50 billion under management in a DOJ asset forfeiture action relating to a US$630 million embezzlement scheme.
    • The Head of Treasury for a French global bank in a DOJ investigation into LIBOR manipulation.
    • A UK-based precious metal futures trader in inquiries by the DOJ, CME and the CFTC into allegedly disruptive and manipulative trading.
    • Numerous Dubai-based individuals at a UK-based global bank pursuant to an investigation by DOJ and several other U.S. authorities into violations of the Iranian sanctions regime.
    • The former CEO of a Portuguese international investment advisory firm against criminal charges in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida alleging the laundering of US$1.2 billion used to pay bribes to officials of a South American country.
    • The regional head of Financial Crime and Compliance and several team members at a UK-based global bank pursuant to an investigation by several U.S. authorities into possible sanctions violations and money laundering related transaction monitoring issues.
    • The Audit Committee of a European company in conducting an internal investigation into operations in Eastern Europe, in connection with alleged FCPA, accounting and antitrust violations.
    • Numerous London-based foreign exchange traders at global investment banks in response to a DOJ investigation into alleged market manipulation.
    • The Dubai-based owner of one of Africa’s largest trading companies in a DOJ investigation into alleged sanctions and FCPA violations.
    • Multiple derivative traders for French global investment banks in DOJ investigations into market manipulation allegations.
    • The Dubai-based owners of multinational mining, media, technology and other companies in investigations by U.S., South African and other criminal authorities into alleged corruption.
    • Several employees of investment banks in response to an investigation by the DOJ, SEC and CFTC into alleged LIBOR manipulation in relation to the U.S. dollar and other currencies.
    • The head of private wealth management for a global investment bank in a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority inquiry into insider trading.
    • A former officer of a global mining and exploration company in an investigation being conducted by the DOJ, SFO and the SEC into possible FCPA violations arising out of certain Southeast Asian projects.
    • A senior sales executive at a global waste management company in investigations by DOJ and Ecuadorian authorities into money laundering and corruption.
    • A senior executive of a global UK engineering company in response to allegations of bribery relating to the procurement of overseas contracts.
    • A London-based hedge fund founder targeted in an SEC insider trading investigation.
    • The majority shareholder of a privately held international offshore oil services company in conducting an internal investigation of business operations in connection with FCPA inquiries.
    • The director the UK-based affiliate of the largest internet prescription drug distributor to the U.S., charged with felony misbranding, money laundering and smuggling in the District of Montana.
    • The head of a European asset management company charged with tax evasion.
    Includes matters handled at Dechert or prior to joining the firm.
    • University of Wisconsin - Madison, B.A.
    • University of Virginia School of Law, J.D.
    • Registered Foreign Lawyer, England and Wales
    • New York
    • United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
    • United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
    • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
    • United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
    • European Criminal Bar Association
    • Society of English & American Lawyers
    • Extradition Lawyers' Association
    • Fraud Lawyers Association
    • International Bar Association
    • American Bar Association
    • New York City Bar Association
    • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
    • International Bar Association, Business Crime Committee, Regional Representative Europe
    • JUSTICE, Executive Board Member
    • Panel on Recent Trials, 9th White Collar Crime Institute - Virtual (January, 2021)
    • Extradition in Business Crime Cases, 4th Annual 33 Chancery Lane Business Crime Conference – London (November, 2019)
    • Money Laundering: Has the US Hammer Gone Global?, ABA White Collar Crime Institute – London (October, 2019)
    • Financial Institutions Enforcement, Cambridge Forums – New York (May 2019)
    • Chair, Global Forum on Protecting the Wealthy, Their Assets & Advisors, Cambridge Forums - Surrey (February, 2019)
    • Expert Testimony – House of Lords' Select Committee on Bribery Act, Palace of Westminster – London (November, 2018)
    • The Special Relationship with the USA: An Extradition Case Study, Annual DELF Conference – London (September, 2018)
    • Corporate Crime: Educating the Board; Defending the Company & Its Directors, Company Secretary Forum – London (November, 2017)
    • Outward View on International Corruption, Transatlantic General Counsel Summit – London (June, 2017)
    • Combating Market Misconduct – What Needs to be Done?, ABA White Collar Crime Institute – London (October, 2016)
    • Navigating Cross-border Investigations – UK and U.S. Perspectives, Webinar - London (June, 2016)
    • Financial Institutions Enforcement, Cambridge Forums – Connecticut (May, 2016)
    • Conflicting Compliance: When Foreign Laws Are at Odds with Anti-Corruption Compliance under the FCPA and UK Bribery Act, SCCE European Compliance & Ethics Institute – Prague (March, 2016)
    • The Art of Conducting Effective Investigations in High Risk Markets, C5 Anti-Corruption Conference – London, (June, 2015)
    • An International Conundrum: Conducting an Internal Investigation on Behalf of a Multinational Organization, New York Law Journal Webinar – New-York (November, 2014)
    • Collateral Consequences – It's Not Over When You Think It’s Over, ABA White Collar Crime Institute – London (October, 2014)
    • Expert Testimony – House of Lord’s Select Committee on UK/US Extradition, Palace of Westminster – London (July, 2014)
    • Responding to the New Corruption Landscape, C5 Anti-Corruption Conference – London (June, 2014)
    • US-UK Extradition - An Inside Perspective, Extradition Lawyers Association – London (June, 2014)
    • Deferred Prosecution Agreements in Practice, Fraud Lawyers Association – London (June, 2014)
    • Deferred Prosecution Agreements, QEB Hollis Whiteman – London (January, 2014)
    • Theft of Identity and Impersonation – Who are You Dealing With?, Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime – Cambridge (September, 2013)
    • Cross Border Jurisdictional Fraud, The Fraud Lawyers Association – London (July, 2013)