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Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Domestic and international business crime and regulation.


Partner in the business crime team. Jasvinder is renowned for her specialism in acting for corporate and individual clients in fraud-related criminal investigations and prosecutions brought by domestic and international authorities. She has particularly strong experience in extradition, INTERPOL and mutual legal assistance matters, corporate internal investigations, cartel investigations undertaken by various competition authorities, and acting for corporate and individual clients in inquests. Jasvinder’s cases are largely multi-jurisdictional in nature. She acted for the managing director of Dunlop Oil and Marine Ltd, the first person to be charged with the UK criminal cartel offence, and was involved in securing the innovative ‘Marine Hose Deal’ with the US DOJ. She also represented two of the four British Airways executives facing allegations of price-fixing in the first contested trial of its kind in the UK, resulting in acquittals for all four individuals. She acts for William Browder and Hermitage Capital Management Ltd, in which INTERPOL agreed not to issue any Red Notice requested by the Russian authorities against her client. Jasvinder acts for a UK bank in the SFO’s LIBOR investigation, an individual in a significant insider dealing case prosecuted by the FCA and senior individuals in a US investment bank who are subject to a foreign criminal trial process. Jasvinder also acts in Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 cash seizure, corruption and money laundering cases. A contributing author to ‘The Law of Criminal Cartels Practice and Procedure’, she regularly writes and speaks on her areas of expertise.


Trained Peters and Peters; qualified 2002; partner in the business crime department 2010.


The Extradition Lawyers’ Association; the Competition Lawyers’ Association; The Association of Young International Lawyers (on the Executive Committee – AIJA); The American Bar Association; The International Bar Association; The International Association of Lawyers (UIA); Amnesty International.


Oxford University (1995); Oxford Institute of Legal Practice (1998 LPC).


The Oxford & Cambridge Club.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: white-collar crime

(Leading individuals)

Jasvinder NakhwalPeters & Peters Solicitors LLP

Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP advises on fraud, bribery & corruption, money laundering, tax fraud, sanctions and cartel defence matters. Other areas of expertise include private prosecutions, multi-jurisdictional cases, extradition, INTERPOL matters and Mutual Legal Assistance. The department works closely with the corporate crime and civil fraud teams and handles asset recovery alongside criminal matters. Michael O’Kane heads the team and focuses on corruption, cartels, sanctions and extradition. Jasvinder Nakhwal represents individuals in major investigations conducted by a number of investigative agencies, including the SFO, FCA, CMA and overseas prosecutors. Hannah Laming is experienced in advising on corruption, complex fraud, money laundering, and contentious regulatory. Maria Cronin was promoted to partner and Peter FitzGerald was promoted to of counsel. Monty Raphael QC retired.

London > Risk advisory > Regulatory investigations and corporate crime

(Leading individuals)

Jasvinder NakhwalPeters & Peters Solicitors LLP

Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP advises both businesses and individuals on corporate and white collar crime and investigations work, taking the lead on allegations of fraud, corruption, money-laundering, sanctions, mutual legal assistance and data protection matters. It also helps companies bring private prosecutions and has been seeing increasing instructions relating to financial crime compliance issues. Head of team Michael O’Kane specialises in cases of corruption, cartels, sanctions and extradition. Jasvinder Nakhwal handles investigations brought by the SFO, the police,the  Competition and Markets Authority and also foreign prosecuting authorities. Maria Cronin was promoted to partner and Peter Fitzgerald was promoted to of counsel. Leading fraud lawyer  Monty Raphael QC retired and is now a special counsel to the firm.