Cameron Brown KC represents the NCA in £1million confiscation hearing

November 18, 2022

This week Cameron Brown KC represented the National Crime Agency [NCA] at a £1million confiscation hearing.

Alexander MacGregor, 54, was found guilty by a jury of producing large quantities of AAS (anabolic steroids). He had denied the charges but following a lengthy trial was convicted of conspiring to produce class C drugs in December 2020. He had worked with Danish pharmaceutical tycoon Jacob Sporon-Fiedler, 41, and champion bodybuilder Nathan Selcon, 48, making anabolic steroids in a converted container at Heathrow Airport.

At the confiscation hearing at the Old Bailey, his total benefit from criminal offending was valued at £2,395,935. It was agreed £1,159,779.16 of MacGregor’s assets were available for confiscation. His assets included a number of Rolex watches, racing cars with personalised number plates, including a Ferrari Sepciale 428, shotguns and an investment portfolio/ monies in bank accounts worth over £700,000.

Cameron Brown KC has considerable knowledge and experience of internal investigations by the leading prosecuting agencies and has specialist knowledge of confiscation applications arising in financial crime investigations/ prosecutions. He is a member of the Silks Panel for the Serious Fraud Office, has acted for the FCA in a number of their cases and was The Times “Lawyer of the Week” in September 2022, following his appearance in the Supreme Court in the case of R v Andrewes, the leading confiscation case relating to cv fraud.

Cameron Brown KC was instructed by the Organised Crime Division of the CPS and the NCA.

News story: [The Daily Mail]