Follow the trail: tracing complex financial transactions – Charlotte Pender writes for IFLR
Charlotte Pender, along with Nick Hourigan of FTI Consulting, has co-authored an article for the International Financial Law Review (IFLR), looking at a recent high-value fraud claim and its use of innovative technology in the form of an electronic discovery platform to cut through high volumes of raw data going back over 30 years.
Due to the sheer scale and complexity of the discovery exercise involving both documentary and financial data, the case of Ahmad Hamad Algosaibi & Brothers Company (AHAB) v Saad Investment Company Limited and Others is seen as one of the largest fraud trials ever recorded.
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