« Comptes dormants » : comment les réveiller ?

Il y a toujours des dossiers plus urgents à gérer, mais il faut tout de même se méfier des comptes qui dorment. Les relationship managers en banque privée y sont confrontés épisodiquement. A l’exemple du client étranger, souvent âgé, qui depuis des années ne répond plus aux courriers.

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Combining external investigations and IT forensic reviews

Quite often, external investigations remain strictly external and do not draw on the wealth of information available within the client’s digital archives. Of course, it is understandable that clients may wish to share with the external investigator only the information that is strictly indispensable for kicking off the research.

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Easy steps to kick off an asset search in Switzerland

Switzerland’s recurrent presence in multi-jurisdictional asset tracing exercises is certainly not proportionate to the small size of its territory. With a bit of time and expertise, a number of easy research steps can bring about significant preliminary information for the purpose of retrieving assets.

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Investigative strategies in support of asset recovery

In our daily practice of investigations for tracing assets, we are most often confronted with two scenarios: broadly defined assignments (“we don’t know specifically what we are looking for but we want to get going with an asset search”); and narrowly defined assignments where we know exactly what missing piece of the puzzle we are looking for.

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FIRE & ICE: Freezing the Un-Freezable

A multi jurisdictional and multi practice panel of experts convened by ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE to discuss the world of unusual assets.

Everything you always wanted to know about Investigators

Roundtable organized by ThoughtLeaders4 Fire to address common myths and misconceptions about investigators.

Tracing assets in Switzerland

Webinaire à destination des avocats russes sur le thème des recherches d’actifs à l’étranger, organisé par le Centre Européen de Coopération Juridique.

Corporate intelligence for lawyers

Corporate intelligence investigations in the context of legal proceedings - with the Association of International Business Lawyers (AIBL)

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