Luke Tolaini is a partner in Clifford Chance’s international investigations practice. He has 20 years’ experience of investigations in white-collar, antitrust and financial regulatory matters for corporates – many of these matters involving cross-border enforcement. His domestic focus has been on matters involving the UK’s Serious Fraud Office, Financial Conduct Authority, and the Competition and Markets Authority, while his international practice has frequently involved engaging with the US, European and Asian authorities on matters involving corruption, cartels and money laundering. He is also a lead partner in Clifford Chance’s risk team advising clients on the management and prevention of business conduct risk. Directories describe him as being ‘an incisive and creative thinker who is very speedy in getting to grips with complex multi-jurisdictional issues’ as well as ‘calm and methodical in a crisis’. He is a member of the editorial board of Global Investigations Review.