Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) investigations are expensive, disruptive and lengthy. The FCA have made it clear that they intend to continue to aggressively and vigorously investigate alleged criminal offences, such as insider dealing or money laundering; and to enforce breaches of their rules and regulations. Managing your response to such an investigation quickly and strategically can be critical to ensuring a positive outcome, and the importance of decisions taken at this stage cannot be underestimated.
Our specialist lawyers at Reeds can provide you with the skills and experience you need to maximise the chances of securing that positive outcome. We are on hand to advise companies and individuals targeted by the FCA, and to assist in providing tactical advice in dealing with interviews under caution, negotiations, responses to requests for information, and representation at hearings. We have access to an exceptional network of renowned financial experts as well as our own leading in-house barristers in the event of prosecution, to ensure you have access to a team who can meticulously prepare your case and defend you in Court where necessary.
If you have been contacted by the FCA and face either investigation or prosecution, it is vital to act quickly. Contact any one of our specialist Corporate Crime team for a discreet consultation, or alternatively click here to complete your details and a member of the team will get in touch with you discreetly and at your convenience.
Alternatively you may wish to instruct one of our in-house barristers directly. Reeds Solicitors can offer you the benefit of our own integrated Chambers, with a highly respected team of experienced barristers and solicitor advocates, all of whom have been carefully selected by us based on their courtroom skills, dedication, judgement and commitment to our client-centred approach. Our advocates are frequently consulted while our clients are still in the investigation stage, so you can be sure that your case is being expertly directed from the very beginning. Click here for further information.
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