Andrew Reeves is a dispute resolution and investigations lawyer based in London.
Andrew represents corporates, financial institutions and senior executives in relation to a range of major regulatory, market and criminal investigations including those brought by the UK Serious Fraud Office, Financial Conduct Authority, and Competition Commission, as well as the US Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission and various local regulators.
Andrew conducts transactional due diligence and internal investigations for corporates and financial institutions, with a focus on bribery and corruption, fraud and money laundering matters. Andrew has worked on matters relating to Europe, Eurasia, Africa, India, China, South East Asia, and South and Central America.
Andrew has experience of running complex money laundering investigations and a range of Proceeds of Crime Act work. Andrew also advises on major commercial litigation and contractual disputes, usually multi-jurisdictional matters with elements of fraud.
In 2012 Andrew was seconded to Nestlé UK, where he handled a range of disputes.
Andrew is a member of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association and a founding member of the Ethics, Compliance and Investigations Network.
The Court of Appeal last week handed down an eagerly awaited decision addressing, in particular, fundamental issues as to the ambit of litigation privilege in investigations..
September 17, 2018
This article was first published in the August 2018 issue of PLC Magazine.
August 21, 2018