Chambers International Fraud And Asset Tracing 2022 Global Practice Guide

Published date04 July 2022
Subject MatterWealth Management, Criminal Law, Wealth & Asset Management, White Collar Crime, Anti-Corruption & Fraud
AuthorMs Bettina Knoetzl, Katrin Hanschitz, Judith Schacherreiter and Thomas Voppichler

The world is currently in a state of great turmoil as a result of, among other things, the effects of the pandemic and Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and the global economy remains fragile. These are classic preconditions for an increase in fraud disputes and related asset-tracing. It is essential that practitioners in this field keep on top of these developing trends, and that courts continue to adapt to them.

To this end, KNOETZL is proud to have contributed the Austrian Chapter for Chambers International Fraud and Asset Tracing 2022 Global Practice Guide. The Austrian chapter was collectively produced by KNOETZL Partners: Katrin Hanschitz, Bettina Kn'tzl, Judith Schacherreiter and Thomas Voppichler.

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As a law firm that is Top Ranked in both Chambers Europe 2022 and Chambers Global 2022, we were called upon to provide a comprehensive analysis of the legal landscape in Austria covering fraud claims in civil and criminal proceedings, disclosure of assets, claims against corporate entities (incl, claims against fraudulent directors and ultimate beneficial owners), overseas parties in fraud claims, enforcement methods...

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