Africa Breakfast Briefing: Asset-Tracing & Recovery
- Kroll, Nexus Place, London
- November 28, 2014
- 9:00 AM
Registration: 8:30 AM
Seminar: 9:00–10:00 AM
Kroll invites you to an informal breakfast briefing, focusing on some of our most recent asset-tracing and recovery experiences in Sub-Saharan Africa:
- Current asset recovery themes and trends in Sub-Saharan Africa
- Successful asset recovery approaches and strategies in the region
- Insight into recent Kroll investigations
Kroll has worked closely with corporations and law firms as well as prosecutorial, law enforcement and political bodies in the recovery of state assets and bribery and corruption investigations. Cases include the multi-jurisdictional searches for assets hidden by Liberia’s Charles Taylor, the Philippines’ Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, Haiti’s Jean Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier and Iraq’s Saddam Hussein.
Across Africa, we routinely support a wide range of private sector clients, from African banks looking to make recoveries on non-performing loans to international corporations in litigation disputes with their local partners.
Andrew Sekandi, Senior Director, Kroll
Andrew supports clients with strategy, risk management, compliance and problem-solving solutions across Sub-Saharan Africa. He has delivered Africa-focused anti-corruption workshops for senior executives who manage businesses operating in multiple industries and countries across the continent. Andrew has lived and worked in various African countries. He practiced law in Namibia before moving to London in 2009.
Angela Barkhouse, Senior Director, Kroll
Angela has specific expertise in cross-border investigations of financial crime, including bribery, corruption, corporate fraud, stolen sovereign wealth, and the recovery of stolen assets. Her broad range of investigative expertise spans forensic accounting, data analysis, asset tracing and recovery.
RSVP to [email protected] by Tuesday, November 2 to reserve your place at the event.