Nicholas Yeo is a versatile advocate experienced in all aspects of criminal law and of civil litigation arising out of criminal law.
He is a specialist in fraud and the proceeds of crime, including civil forfeiture, money laundering and confiscation. He has a particular interest in computer technology cases, having been a software architect in asset management companies for 10 years prior to coming to the Bar.
He is recommended in the legal directories for his work in crime, fraud and POCA and asset forfeiture. He is said to be ‘very talented and dynamic’ (The Legal 500 2012), ‘a “bright junior” who handles a heavy caseload of fraud work’ (Chambers and Partners 2012) and to demonstrate ‘conspicuous skill’ as an advocate (Goldring LJ in Perinpanathan (CA)  1 WLR 1580 in the High Court).
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