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Regulatory Offences, Fraud & White Collar Crime

At Lloyds PR Solicitors we take on fraud cases ranging from abuse of position and misrepresentation to serious and complex financial fraud. 


We also have a vast amount of experience are regularly instructed in complex fraud and regulatory offence cases.


Our dedicated team are regularly instructed on cases involving intricate allegations with high volumes of evidence.  We are ferocious lawyers that provide realistic and accurate advice.


We are regularly instructed in a range of high value economic crime, financial and regulatory matters.


The Proceeds of Crime Act 2022 also criminalises Money Laundering and we have vast experience in representing individuals and businesses accused of this.

It is an offence to possess, conceal, disguise, convert, use or otherwise be involved with money that you either know or suspect to be the proceeds of crime.  Most commonly individuals who deal in and keep large amounts of cash are charged with this offence but there are other instances that will cause law enforcement agencies to question whether an individual is involve in money laundering activities.

Despite the move to a cashless society, we at Lloyds PR hold a firm belief that individual financial affairs should be a matter of personal choice and that what might seem suspicious to law enforcement agencies may have a very legitimate explanation.  We are dedicated to ensuring personal preference in financial affairs does not result in a conviction for money laundering where actions are legitimate.

Defending fraud cases, including many multi-million pound conspiracy prosecutions, is something that we do every day at Lloyds PR Solicitors. We have specialist white collar crime lawyers who can advise on matters involving individuals and businesses.

We have a wealth of experience dealing with cases involving allegations of bribery and corruption, tax fraud, investment fraud, false accounting, bank fraud, commodities and currency frauds, insider dealing, money laundering, cartels, and financial sanctions breaches.

Lloyds PR Solicitors have a vast amount of experience dealing with offences involving benefit fraud.  We understand that these situations are not always clear cut and are sympathetic of the circumstances in which an individual may be charged with benefit fraud.  We also take on cases of where local authorities prosecute on a private basis.