Jonathan Fisher QC has been invited to speak at The Law Society’s AML and Financial Crime Conference taking place on Thursday 22 September.
With Money Laundering and fraud on the rise and increasingly demanding regulations the conference will discuss how firms can future-proof their Client Due Diligence.
Jonathan will take part in Plenary 3 from 1.50-2:40pm providing recent Case Law updates, in particular providing an overview of recent case law in AML and financial crime and implications for solicitors and AML compliance.
Speakers joining the Conference include The Law Society’s Money Laundering Task Force, Macfarlanes, Latham & Watkins, Clyde & Co, Paris Smith LLP, Teal Compliance, The Dark Money Files Ltd, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Mayer Brown, Herbert Smith Freehills, Kirkland & Ellis, UKFIU, NCA and the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
With extensive experience in civil, criminal and regulatory cases, Jonathan has particular expertise in the areas of bribery and corruption, economic sanctions, financial services, fraud, money laundering and proceeds of crime, and tax disputes. Much of Jonathan’s work involves cross-border transactions, offshore companies and trusts. He has represented defendants and prosecution authorities in many serious or complex criminal and civil trials.
This year he has been shortlisted as Financial Crime Silk of the Year by the The Legal 500 (Legalease)
Tickets are available to attend the Leonardo Royal Hotel London in Tower Bridge or participate online.
Early Bird offers available until Monday 22 August: [Law Society]