Featuring partners Allan Marks, Mona Vaswani and Adam Fee, this episode of Law, Policy & Markets: Milbank Conversations explores how companies, financial institutions and governments are confronting increasingly sophisticated threats of fraud and other financial crimes.
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About the speakers:
Mona Vaswani is a partner in the London office of Milbank and a member of the firm’s Litigation & Arbitration Group. She advises on complex, cross-border disputes and investigations, with an emphasis on banking litigation, fraud and asset tracing claims as well as trust litigation. She has acted for leading international and investment banks on a range of large, high-stakes and complex banking and regulatory disputes and investigations. She also has substantial experience advising banks and trustees and offshore trustees in the conduct of trust litigation in several jurisdictions.
Adam Fee is a partner at Milbank and a member of the firm’s Litigation & Arbitration Group. Adam advises companies, individuals and boards facing government investigations and conducting sensitive internal investigations. A former federal prosecutor, he has deep experience in a variety of white-collar and regulatory enforcement matters, including corruption, corporate espionage, securities and accounting fraud, and data protection and cyber security. During his time with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, he led many of the government’s highest profile prosecutions in these areas.
Allan Marks is one of the world's leading project finance lawyers, with special expertise in the power and renewable energy, transportation and airports, oil and gas, water, and telecommunications sectors. He advises developers, investors, lenders, and underwriters around the world in the development and financing of complex infrastructure projects, as well as related acquisitions, restructurings and capital markets transactions. He has provided strategic guidance to corporate boards and senior executives with respect to risk management and cybersecurity compliance in the energy and digital infrastructure areas. Mr. Marks also serves as an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley at both the Law School and the Haas School of Business.