is co-head of the global white-collar crime and regulatory Investigations department. He focuses his practice on the defence of serious fraud and has been involved in prosecutions brought by the SFO, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), HMRC, the Financial Reporting Council and the Environment Agency. Mark has a special interest in cases with ancillary civil and professional disciplinary proceedings, and has a practical knowledge of representing a client's wider interests in these situations. He conducts investigations for corporates, regulators and other entities, and advises companies and their directors on governance issues, while also helping clients to avoid compliance and criminal risk in a wide range of scenarios.
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