In our latest blog, Debbie Churaman, the Insolvency Service Senior Lawyer, looks how confiscation orders can act as a deterrant against those wishing to benefit from the proceeds of crime.
Debbie Churaman is a Barrister and Senior Lawyer at the Insolvency Service.
She has long standing experience as a prosecutor having worked at the Criminal Prosecution Service, Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and now Insolvency Service.
Whilst she has prosecuted the full range of offences, in recent times she specialised in white collar crime and successful prosecutions include offences of insider dealing, fraudulent trading and money laundering.
At the SFO she worked as a prosecutor and Case Controller on the LIBOR team.
She also has experience of working with Ministers having worked as an Advisory Lawyer at the Attorney General’s Office.
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