Date: Thursday 16th May 2019
Time: 18:00
Venue: 5 St Andrew's Hill
Speakers: Vijay Rathour, Sarah Wood
CPD Points: 2
Cost: Free - Sign up via the RSVP Link. Subject to venue capacity.

5 St Andrew's Hill invites you to attend our seminar on the challenges and opportunities involved in tracing crypto assets and the legal and practical consequences of doing so for both law enforcement agencies and defendants. The event will be presented by:

Registration at 18:00. Start time 18:30.  Drinks and nibbles to follow the event.

To reserve your place please fill out the form below or email us direct rsvp@5sah.co.uk (subject to venue capacity)

Vijay is a qualified solicitor, former barrister, and ethical hacker. He has advised on many large and complex investigations with a focus on Financial Crime. He has worked for the FSA in the Financial Crime enforcement team, before moving on to lead the Digital Forensic Investigation team for a cyber boutique. At Grant Thornton he leads the Cyber Investigation team, running a 24/7 Security Operation Centre, managing cyber security for our clients, and responding to and investigating data breaches. He is also an expert on crypto-currency forensics and litigation and investigation technologies.

Sarah is Joint Head of the Business Crime Team at 5 St Andrew’s Hill. She is an experienced and highly accomplished barrister who specialises in criminal and family matters involving high-value assets and complex financial arrangements. Sarah has a loyal following of leading solicitors and is regularly instructed to defend in cases brought by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) Specialist Fraud Division. She is renowned for her ability to master substantial and multifaceted issues.

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