Criminal Fraud & Regulatory Misconduct

The Khan Partnership represents individuals and companies across the globe suspected of all aspects of criminal fraud and regulatory misconduct.

Criminal Fraud & Regulatory Misconduct

The Khan Partnership represents individuals and companies across the globe suspected of all aspects of criminal fraud and regulatory misconduct.

Our criminal fraud lawyers are experts in defending serious and complex frauds often valued in hundreds of millions of euros, US dollars or UK pound sterling.  We regularly advise clients facing allegations of VAT and tax frauds, banking frauds (including interest rate bench marker rigging allegations such as LIBOR), asset misappropriation, share and investor frauds, and insolvency related fraud allegations.

Those found guilty face unlimited fines and long prison sentences. From the moment that you instruct us our aim is to proactively protect you, your reputation, and your business.

Our fraud lawyers will be with you at every stage of the investigation from dealing with ‘dawn raids’, arrests, and interviews under caution, to representing you at trial. We advise you on the full range of ancillary sentencing orders such as compensation, deprivation orders, cash seizures, and forfeiture under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

We are tenacious and tactical, frequently achieving outstanding results with cases often being dropped at the investigation stage, or not guilty verdicts being returned at trial.

We frequently challenge enforcement agencies including the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).  We advise on abuse of process, disclosure requests and the legality of court orders such as search warrants.

Much of our work is focused on global investigations and multi-jurisdictional crime involving overseas enforcement agencies.  We have a wealth of experience in advising on extradition and mutual legal assistance.  We can also advise, challenge, and minimise the impact of restraint and confiscation orders. 

The Khan Partnership also regularly assists companies which have been victims of fraud by conducting internal investigations and responding quickly to protect your business and your reputation.

For more information about our work in this area, please see our criminal fraud and regulatory misconduct case studies.