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Crypto Fraud: Leveraging Civil and Criminal Strategies to Recover Crypto Assets

Date: Monday, 29th November 2021   |  Time: 16:00 - 17:00 pm GMT

OpenText is delighted to collaborate with Outer Temple Chambers and CFAAR to deliver their latest virtual White Collar Crime & Investigations Forum.

With the rise in crypto-related frauds including cryptocurrency theft, DeFi rug-pulls and ransomware attacks, we look at the considerations and practicalities for following both civil and criminal remedies for redress and consider if these are mutually exclusive.

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Meet the Speakers
Dan Wyatt, Partner, RPC
Dan Wyatt is an experienced commercial litigator with expertise in complex, high value civil and cyber fraud. Dan is listed by Legal 500 as a Next Generation Partner, and by Chambers and Partners as an Up and Coming Partner. He was also nominated as a stand-out lawyer in the 2019, 2020 and 2021 Acritas Stars survey. Dan is also a founder member of the Crypto Fraud and Asset Recovery (CFAAR) Network.

Syed Rahman, Partner, Rahman Ravelli
Syed is widely known for his sector-leading and pioneering cryptocurrency work, having secured a number of notable legal firsts representing institutions and individuals in such cases. Syed has significant depth of experience in serious fraud, financial crime and multi-jurisdictional investigations and is proficient in both civil and criminal cases. Syed has substantial experience in advising clients in relation to investigations conducted by all the major enforcement agencies and has built an impressive reputation in the field of asset-tracing and recovery. Syed is also a founder member of the CFAAR Network.

Chloë Bell, Barrister, Outer Temple
Chloë has a particular specialism in digital assets and smart contracts and is one of a few barristers at the London bar pioneering litigation relating to cryptoassets. She is quickly becoming recognised for her skills in obtaining interim injunctions and disclosure orders in fraud, tracing and misappropriation cases. She is currently on a part-time secondment at the FCA assisting with their projects relating to cryptoasset regulation.

Jeremy Scott-Joynt, Barrister, Outer Temple
Jeremy is ex FSA and a former head of investigations for a leading global bank. His long-term interest in technology matters means he has a particular interest in commercial and regulatory cases involving cryptoassets and data protection/privacy issues. He has significant experience of POCA orders, including the successful release of more than £500,000 frozen and marked for forfeiture by HMRC.
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