Jonathan Fisher QC has been awarded a PhD by the London School of Economics following his research into the engagement in money laundering cases between the obligation to report suspicious activity and corporate rights. Commenting on his award, Jonathan said:
“The obligation to report suspicious activity in money laundering cases presents significant challenges in practice. I am very lucky to have had an opportunity to consider my practitioner experience in an academic context.”
Jonathan continues to practice in corporate crime and financial crime cases. He is ranked as a leading Queen’s Counsel in Band 1 for Financial Crime, Financial Crime: Corporates, and Proceeds of Crime cases by the internationally recognised law directories, Chambers & Partners UK and Legal 500. He is also ranked as a leading barrister for Financial Services Regulation, Fraud (Civil), Fraud (Criminal) and Tax (Corporate and VAT) cases.