Jeremy Bouch joins Shoosmiths' regulatory team as senior associate
Jeremy Bouch, an experienced white-collar criminal litigation solicitor, has joined Shoosmiths as a senior associate.
Bouch, who will be based in Birmingham, has particular expertise in the financial sector, defending investigations and proceedings by the Financial Conduct Authority, HM Revenue & Customs, the Department of Business, Innovation & Skills and the Serious Fraud Office.
He is also able to provide advice and representation in relation to the freezing, seizure, restraint forfeiture, confiscation and recovery of assets.
Bouch joins from Challinors, where he was head of business and criminal defence at its East Midlands offices.
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