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Financial Services

Anyone working within the financial services sector will be aware of the need to meet commercial targets while also complying with all the relevant regulations. In a demanding sector, it often pays to take the right legal advice before embarking on a course of action.

Anyone working within the financial services sector will be aware of the need to meet commercial targets while also complying with all the relevant regulations. In a demanding sector, it often pays to take the right legal advice before embarking on a course of action.

A large-scale or complex deal or series of transactions can involve a number of issues, all of which demand that proper attention is paid to them. Rahman Ravelli is known for being well-versed in the law as it applies to financial services and the all-important commercial demands and regulations that apply to this sector. As a result, we can offer the right advice at the right time.

If allegations of impropriety are made, financial services companies and the professionals working in them can find themselves the subject of investigation from the likes of the Financial Conduct Authority, Serious Fraud Office, HM Revenue and Customs or other agencies both here and abroad; depending on where the transactions that prompted the accusations took place. The Services pages of this website explain in detail Rahman Ravelli’s internationally-recognised expertise in these fields. But it is worth saying here that we make that expertise available to those in the financial services sector wherever and whenever it is required.

We manage major commercial, high-stakes financial disputes and investigations the world over. At a time when the likes of, for example, states in the UAE and Asia are seeking financial services expertise and countries in Africa, the CIS and South America are looking for investment, financial services offers truly global possibilities. But such possibilities will only be of benefit if they are approached and conducted in a legally compliant way.

Rahman Ravelli understands all the issues at stake, the challenges that arise and every aspect of the relevant law, wherever transactions are conducted. We know the countries where you do business and we are experts when it comes to tracing and recovering assets anywhere in the world. We are among the most experienced when it comes to both investigating on your behalf and co-ordinating a response to an investigation that crosses borders or involves more than one investigating agency.

We ensure our services complement all aspects of the financial services sector.

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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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