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Syed Rahman to speak at Europe’s biggest fraud and asset tracing conference

Author: Syedur Rahman  17 February 2021

Rahman Ravelli’s Syed Rahman will join a panel of experts at C5’s 15th Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery Conference – Geneva.

Syed, a Rahman Ravelli partner, has been invited to be part of a roundtable event focusing on cryptocurrency and cyber fraud at the conference. The virtual conference runs from March 23 to 25.

The roundtable, which will be held on March 23, is entitled “Crypto & Cyber Fraud Litigation War Stories: The Latest Complexities Affecting Asset Tracing, Freezing and Proprietary Injunctions”. It will examine all recent developments in the field of crypto-related fraud and the subsequent efforts to identify and regain assets.

The conference is being billed as Europe’s largest gathering of fraud and asset tracing experts in 14 years.

The conference will be attended by legal professionals specialising in fraud, insolvency, asset tracing and recovery and dispute resolution. Forensic and litigation consultants, general counsel and chief legal officers from multinational companies and financial institutions, representatives of litigation funding firms, investigators and providers of technology will also be involved.

To attend Syed's round table please visit the C5 website.

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Syedur Rahman is known for his in-depth experience of serious fraud, white-collar crime and serious crime cases, as well as his expertise in worldwide asset tracing and recovery, civil recovery, cryptocurrency and high-stakes commercial disputes.

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