‘Jonah Anderson is hardworking, strategic and incredibly user-friendly. He is always two steps ahead, able to see through the knotty weeds of an investigation. He is approachable but not to be underestimated.’
Jonah Anderson is a financial crime specialist. Jonah advises corporates on internal investigations, law enforcement investigations and on compliance, with a focus on bribery and corruption, fraud, tax evasion, money laundering and financial services issues.
Jonah assists individuals with complex criminal, regulatory or reputational issues.
Jonah has represented corporates and individuals in investigations and prosecutions by the UK authorities, including the Serious Fraud Office, HM Revenue & Customs, the National Crime Agency, the Financial Conduct Authority and various police forces. He has represented clients who are subject to investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Jonah has advised governments on anti-money laundering policy and legislation. Jonah is a frequent speaker and commentator on transnational money laundering issues and has been quoted in the Economist, the Financial Times and the Times, amongst other publications.
- Advising regulated financial firms regarding internal investigations in relation to failures in systems and controls, particularly regarding money laundering.
- Advising financial institutions regarding criminal investigations into customers.
- Investigating and reporting on the source of wealth of corporates and high-net-worth individuals.
- Advising individuals under investigation regarding allegations of bribery, fraud, tax evasion, sanctions busting, accounting irregularities and/or money laundering.
- Advising traders under investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority, the Serious Fraud Office, the U.S. Department of Justice and other agencies.
- Advising governments on anti-money laundering policy and legislation.
- Advising an SPV regarding an internal investigation into allegations of fraud and corruption in relation to an LNG to power project.
- Advising a corporate regarding an internal investigation, a self-report to the Serious Fraud Office and the deferred prosecution agreement process.
- Advising a global tech company regarding an internal investigation into allegations of fraud and corruption in relation to a business critical infrastructure project.