White Collar Crimes

The term “white-collar crime” was seemingly coined in 1900s and has since become synonymous with the misdoings and frauds committed by individuals, professionals, businesses, companies and government officials. White-collar crime is known to be non-violent and financial in nature which includes public corruption, money laundering, serious fraud investigations, insider trading, tax evasion, dishonour of cheque, etc.

Our team, has extensive experience in advising and representing clients in high profile matters such as mismanagement and fraud in a company, financial statements frauds, dishonour of cheque and various other irregularities with consequences in the contractual and criminal law.

They are extensively involved in defending the investigations by regulatory authorities as well, including those relating to the Securities and Exchange Board of India, the Serious Fraud Investigation Office, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the Indian Prevention of Corruption Act (PCA), the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) and other offences in relation to anti-bribery and anti-corruption and governance due diligence in mergers and acquisition transactions.

Our clients value our practical strategies, which are commercially viable approach, that concentrates on resolving the matter at the earliest in order to achieve the desired goals and relief.

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