is a partner in the white-collar crime and regulatory investigations group in London, who is recognised in the UK and internationally as a leading white-collar crime lawyer specialising in business crime and regulatory investigations. He has been involved in many of the UK’s largest and most complex fraud investigations and prosecutions over the last 20 years. Tom has substantial experience representing those facing investigations brought by all major UK enforcement agencies, particularly with international investigations. His cases include the representation of executives involved in high-profile Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigations such as Barclays/Qatar, Rolls-Royce plc, Tesco plc, ENRC Ltd, Serco/G4S, Sweett Group plc, the London Inter-bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and foreign exchange (FX). He frequently advises companies facing sensitive investigations and regulatory issues, and is often called on to assist suspects, whistle-blowers and witnesses in fraud and corruption cases. Tom also advises corporate clients on anti-corruption systems and controls.
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