Robert Dalling is a partner in Jenner & Block’s investigations, compliance and defence practice. Formerly a trial advocate with 10 years’ courtroom experience, he has represented global financial institutions, multinational corporates and individuals in high-profile and high-value internal and external investigations involving a wide range of financial crime and other regulatory issues.
Rob has advised some of the world’s largest financial institutions on financial sanctions, often in connection with complex and sophisticated financial products and transactions. He has experience in applying for licences from sanctions authorities in the United Kingdom. He advises companies on the development of internal policies (including on anti-bribery, anti-fraud, anti-money laundering and terrorist financing, conflicts of interest, gifts and hospitality, and supply chain/modern slavery issues) and associated procedures, controls and training. He has assisted several clients with complex anti-money laundering issues and has dealt with the National Crime Agency on a large number of consent applications.
Prior to moving into private practice, Rob spent several years practising as a barrister in white-collar criminal litigation. Market commentators for Chambers and Partners 2020 describe him as an ‘excellent’ lawyer who is ‘incredibly clever and very tactical’.