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Serious fraud and financial crimes are being actively pursued by prosecutors and regulators. If you or your business is suspected of financial crime (or white collar crime as it is often referred to) then you will need specialist advice from the outset as to how to deal with the authorities and challenge any demands they make. Our expert fraud solicitors can be contacted on 0203 816 9274.
Why you need specialist advice
You may need specialist advice on restraint of assets and potential confiscation proceedings which can be very damaging to your business. You need to know your reputation and business will be robustly defended by nationally recognised experts. At Stephensons our specialist team of serious fraud lawyers understand the damage that can be caused to a person’s reputation and have defended directors, professionals, senior management and large high profile cases. Discretion is paramount and we can manage any potential adverse publicity. Crisis management is often as difficult as the allegation itself and we can help you with that.