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Andrew Thornton-Dibb

Andrew Thornton-Dibb

Andrew is an associate in McGuireWoods’ London offices’ Government Investigations and White Collar Litigation group. Andrew advises clients on internal investigations, and on contentious multi-jurisdictional criminal and regulatory issues, including authorities’ investigations and prosecutions.

In the recent past he has been involved in representing several clients in relation to enforcement authorities’ investigations into UK Bribery Act offences, leading an internal investigation into allegations of a complex financial products fraud, advising on Civil Recovery Orders, and advising on the sanctions and export control regime in Iran post the Iran Nuclear Deal 2016.

Andrew has experience in leading internal investigation teams, managing document collections and reviews, conducting witness interviews, preparing investigation reports, advising clients on arrests and the execution of dawn raids, attending interviews under caution, advising on authorities investigative powers, preparing formal reports to enforcement authorities, and interacting with and negotiating with enforcement authorities in the context of criminal investigations.

Andrew speaks at seminars on all areas of corporate crime, is a regular contributor to his firms Investigations and White Collar Crime Blog “Subject to Enquiry”, and will be published soon as a contributing author to a book on financial institutions and crime.