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Chambers of Andrew Mitchell QC

LONDON, WC2A 1EN, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7440 9950
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Faisal Osman

Tel:
Work 020 7440 9950
Email:
33 Chancery Lane (Chambers of Andrew Mitchell QC)

Position

Faisal advises and acts in the civil, criminal and regulatory aspects of complex commercial wrongdoing disputes and often in cases with foreign dimensions (particularly the DIFC Court). The core of his work relates to domestic and international civil and criminal asset recovery on behalf of governments and commercial organizations, particularly with regards to enforcement of judgments and awards. Faisal’s works also includes civil/commercial litigation, corruption, fraud, regulatory enforcement, sanctions and professional discipline, and is mostly cross-border. He has been a presenting advocate to the tribunal for the Taxation Disciplinary Board, the independent disciplinary body of the Association of Taxation Technicians and Chartered Institute of Taxation since 2008. He also provides technical assistance for capacity building in respect of anti-corruption, asset recovery and money laundering.
Contributing editor to ‘Mitchell Taylor, Talbot: Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime’. Consultant editor of the Commonwealth Secretariat, UNODC and IMF’s Model Provisions on Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, Preventive Measures and Proceeds of Crime (for common law legal systems). Technical Consultant to the Government of the Bahamas’ Proceeds of Crime Act, 2016.

Career

Called 2002. Dubai International Financial Centre Court (Part II) - 2015


London Bar

Fraud: crime (including money laundering and asset forfeiture)

Within: Fraud: crime (including money laundering and asset forfeiture) – Leading juniors

Faisal Osman - 33 Chancery LaneImmensely hardworking, but you wouldn’t think it from how effortless he makes it look.’

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