How to deal with the 'Corporate veil' in confiscation cases

6 December 2016

The following article is an updated version of a topic Barnaby Hone presented to the Chartered Trading Standards Institute earlier this year.

Over the next six months Barnaby will be writing a series of articles on issues relating to the Proceeds of Crime Act and Asset Recovery in general. Topics will include Confiscation in Private Prosecutions, Enforcement of Confiscation Orders, and Asset Recovery in an international context. The next article in this series will follow in January 2017.

Barnaby specialises in all forms of Asset Recovery, with particular expertise in International Asset Recovery. He is a contributor to the chapters on International Asset Recovery and Terrorism Finance in the fifth edition of Millington and Sutherland Williams on the Proceeds of Crime, due to be published early next year.

How to deal with the 'Corporate veil' in confiscation cases