Business and Government should
brace for wave of fraud:
Alun Milford quoted in The Telegraph

16 April 2020

Alun Milford, Partner in our Criminal Litigation team has been quoted in The Telegraph giving his thoughts on how Government schemes to lend or grant money to struggling businesses and to pay the wages of idle workers could be a potential target for criminals.

Alun quoted:

I do not doubt there will be bogus claims made. Fraudsters will just look at the way in which the mechanisms for making grants or making payments is going to operate, and they'll be trying to design frauds around that."

This article was first published by The Telegraph on 13 April 2020. You can read the article in full by clicking here (subscription required).

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About the author

Alun is a partner in the Criminal Litigation team and specialises in serious or complex financial crime, proceeds of crime litigation and corporate investigations. He has particular knowledge and experience of issues surrounding corporate crime and deferred prosecution agreements. He joined Kingsley Napley from the public sector where, over a twenty-six year career as a government lawyer and public prosecutor, he worked in a wide variety of roles including General Counsel at the Serious Fraud Office, the Crown Prosecution Services’ Head of Organised Crime, its Head of Proceeds of Crime and Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office’s Head of Asset Forfeiture Division.

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