Anneka Randhawa

Associate, London

Biography

Overview

Anneka Randhawa is a senior associate in the White Collar team in London. She joined White & Case in October 2015.

Anneka advises clients on internal and regulatory investigations, prosecutions and compliance and corporate governance issues. Her work focuses on matters involving bribery, corruption, fraud (including tax fraud), money laundering, benchmark manipulation (such as LIBOR and FX), and SFO and FCA enforcement. She also advises on  financial crime-related policies procedures and frameworks, particularly in relation to  bribery, corruption and money-laundringand related matters. She has acted on raids undertaken by authorities and regulators such as the Financial Conduct Authority, the European Commission and the Office of Fair Trading.

Anneka has acted on a number of significant multi-jurisdictional investigations across a number of sectors, most recently including logistics, engineering and telecommunications.

Anneka has particular experience of defending individuals in prosecutions brought by authorities such as H.M. Revenue & Customs and the Crown Prosecution Service.

Bars and Courts
England and Wales
Education
LPC
The College of Law Moorgate
LLB
University College London
Languages
English

Experience

Assisting a global energy services company in an internal investigation of whistleblower allegations of corruption in the Far East.

Advising a mining company on the legality of payments being demanded by government officials and departments in various parts of the world.

Representing a multinational company on potential bribery and corruption offences in connection with facilitation payments overseas.

Advising multinational companies on compliance programmes, with a particular focus on anti bribery and corruption.

Advising on bribery and corruption issues in relation to corporate due diligence on acquisitions. Representing a senior bank executive in relation to an SFO investigation into allegations of fraud and non-disclosure.

Representing a number of bank traders in connection with a worldwide investigation into the manipulation of foreign exchange benchmarks.

Defending an individual being retried for cheating the revenue.

Defending an individual charged with money laundering and carrying on a regulated activity without authorisation.

Representing a fund manager in an insider trading investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority.