This issue, we have two extremely practical and helpful articles. The first is by Jim Mintz from Mintz Group, and provides guidance on selecting and managing outside investigators. When a firm is in trouble and facing prosecution, it can avoid criminal sanction by mending its ways under the watchful eye of a corporate compliance monitor. In our second article, Nigel Coles of Exiger looks at how to manage this highly nuanced relationship.
We also have an article from Steven Nelson, Michael Robbins and Janet Wong from Dorsey on protecting against email wire fraud scams and recovering funds wired to Hong Kong.
We are always interested in articles and book reviews written by AFN members and readers. If you would like to contribute to the AFN newsletter or the website, please contact us.
We’re also delighted to offer AFN members and newsletter readers a 15% discount on C5’s 5th Miami Forum on Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery on 17 and 18 October in Miami. This year, Fraud Miami will attract over 140 senior fraud litigation and asset recovery professionals from Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, the UK and the US. The event is an excellent platform for benchmarking, learning, networking and exploring the very latest tools and techniques for asset recovery. For more information, email Nathan Denham at firstname.lastname@example.org, or to book your place, click here and use discount code TAFND17.