Fraud & Money Laundering


Emergency? Call 0203 963 7850 Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm or 07535 649 298 24hrs

Emergency? Call 0203 963 7850 Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm.
Or 07535 649 298 24hrs

Allegations of fraud and those prosecuted using the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 require a clear strategy from the outset.

In many cases defendants also find their assets restrained, making day to day living a priority from the point of arrest. Kingsbury Ellis can assist where other firms may lack the experience in this complex area.

Our lawyers have first hand experience in dealing with cases of money laundering, conspiracy to defraud, mortgage fraud, boiler room fraud, benefit fraud as well as restraint, confiscation and cash seizure.

Our notable cases include:

  • R v M [2016] Kingsbury Ellis are currently instructed to represent one of 13 defendants charged in relation to fraud offences totalling over £160 million.
  • R v A [2014] Represented a defendant at trial in relation to an allegation involving the laundering of £64,000,000 via a money service business in West London. Case involved hawala banking and over 20,000 pages of prosecution evidence.
  • R v R [2013] Represented a defendant charged along with 3 others including a solicitor and barrister involved in large scale mortgage fraud and the obtaining of fraudulent bridging loans.
  • R v Y [2011] 3 month trial involving 6 defendants alleged to have been involved in the fraudulent trading in well over a million pounds worth of Cisco computer equipment.
  • R v S [2009] Represented 2 defendants who were charged in relation to what was at the time, the largest car clocking case ever brought.
  • R v J [2004] Representing a solicitor in relation to a multi handed case where the prosecution served over 250,000 pages of evidence.

The lawyers at Kingsbury Ellis work with many experienced Q.C’s in this field