Gary Pons has been chosen to provide an expert talk on Unexplained Wealth Orders and the Criminal Finances Act 2017 at the Commercial Dispute Resolution's first conference on Business Crime. The conference takes place on 21 June 2018.

Other topics to be discussed by leaders in their respective fields include criminal law enforcement, corporate criminal liability, statutes of limitations, initiation of investigations, procedures of gathering information, and legal professional privilege.

The event will inform corporate counsel on how to reassure markets, the courts, and regulators of probity in their business affairs while ensuring that any consequential litigation is adequately defended. Issues covered include anti-bribery and corruption investigations, the risks posed by cybercrime, regulatory compliance issues and the relationship between civil and criminal law consequences and possible remedies such as deferred prosecution agreements.

Gary has experience in complex financial crime and asset forfeiture has allowed Gary to develop his practice over the years. He acted for the Claimant in the trial of the enforcement of a $2 million US Judgment in the High Court. He has advised on multi-jurisdictional asset recovery cases involving off-shore trusts. His practice includes areas such as business crime, asset recovery and civil fraud, insolvency, and licensing.