Fiona Horlick’s practice encompasses international business crime, financial services, professional discipline and regulation, medical crime, health and safety, and regulatory crime.
Horlick has extensive experience as an advocate before juries, tribunals and in appellate courts and at inquests.
Her experience of financial crime, regulation and enforcement is wide-ranging. It includes large-scale MTIC/carousel fraud, international advance fee fraud, tax fraud, fraudulent trading, mortgage fraud, money laundering and asset recovery.
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