LIIARC: Breaking the Deadlock over Breakfast

An informal discussion about asset recovery strategies, cross border challenges and creative solutions

Topics will include:

  • Leveraging interim tools to create pressure;
  • NPOs, BTOs, ADOs – obtaining disclosure within and outside of the jurisdiction;
  • Targeting centralised exchanges in pursuit of cryptoassets;
  • Increasing significance of asset recovery strategies in Private Wealth disputes;
  • Deployment of Liquidators and Receivers to aid asset recovery across jurisdictions;
  • The importance of jurisdiction choice;
  • Developments in third party funding in the context of asset tracing and fraud; and
  • The various uses of Digital Forensics in asset recovery.

An opportunity to meet and get to know industry experts in an informal, collaborative and educational setting over breakfast. Chatham House rules apply!

This event is now at capacity.



22 November 2023

Venue details:
Dartmouth House
37 Charles Street
London W1J 5ED

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Join the following enforcement and asset recovery specialists from Signature Litigation and Interpath Advisory to hear about and share dynamic and innovative recovery strategies that have led to recent successes:

Ioannis Alexopoulos, Signature Litigation

Ioannis specialises in international commercial litigation and arbitration, with a particular focus on civil fraud disputes, business break ups and asset recovery.

He has extensive experience in asset tracing and investigations claims, as well as judgment enforcement across multiple jurisdictions. He has also managed regulatory investigations including US Department of Justice Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations.

Kate Gee, Signature Litigation

Kate is a civil fraud disputes and asset recovery specialist. She has more than twelve years’ experience acting in complex, high value, cross border disputes, including general commercial litigation and litigation relating to digital assets and technology.

Kate regularly advises clients on global litigation strategy, enforcement matters and asset tracing claims.

Paul Brehony, Signature Litigation

Paul has nearly 30 years’ experience in complex multi-jurisdictional commercial and insolvency related disputes and has acted in some of the largest and highest profile insolvencies of recent times.

Paul’s work is generally claimant focused, often with a heavy investigative and fraud and asset tracing bias.

Michael Leeds, Interpath Advisory

Michael is a Managing Director in our Contentious Insolvency team alongside Kristina Kicks and David Standish.

He has over 17 years’ experience of working on asset recovery engagements, particularly cases which have international and offshore aspects to them. Many of Michael’s cases have involved litigation and bringing claims against third parties following investigations.

Michael has also worked on a number of Deceased Estates and has been involved in various Private Client disputes.

Kristina Kicks, Interpath Advisory

Kris is a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner and has over 20 years’ experience in asset tracing, insolvency and recovery in the UK and overseas.

She specialises in contentious and complex corporate and personal asset recovery and insolvency assignments, and has wide experience in enforcement, investigations, identifying and securing assets in the UK and overseas.

Kris has successfully pursued a wide range of recovery actions against directors and third parties, and led the investigations and recoveries in many complex personal insolvency matters.

Her experience also includes Court Appointed Receiverships and Proceeds of Crime Act matters, with expertise in private client and family disputes.

Alex Dunstan-Lee, Interpath Advisory

Alex leads the Data & Tech Advisory group at Interpath. In the digital world, we help our clients increase efficiency, reduce risk and gain insight in an array of critical business situations – including insolvency and restructuring, performance improvement and disputes and investigations.Alex’s experience includes e-disclosure, digital forensics, data analytics, information governance, data separation and cyber security matters.

Alex has been in the industry for over 20 years and has been involved in hundreds of data and technology-led engagements. As a former lawyer, Alex understands the needs of legal professionals and can ensure they are harnessing the power of available technology.