Joseph Carroll is counsel in the White Collar team in London. He advises companies and individuals on regulatory and enforcement matters, investigations, and compliance and corporate governance issues, with a focus on matters involving bribery, money laundering, fraud, and online content regulation. Joseph has particular experience of conducting multi-jurisdictional internal investigations in emerging markets and advising online service providers on criminal and regulatory issues.
Acting for an investment bank in connection with cross-border investigations conducted by several regulatory authorities (in the US, the UK, Germany and Russia) in relation to alleged money laundering.
Acting for an investment bank in connection with a cross-border investigation into suspicious trading activity by a number of counterparties and related systems and controls issues.
Advising a variety of companies in relation to anti-bribery and anti-money laundering compliance and due diligence.
Acting for the former chief executive of a UK listed company in respect of alleged fraud and money laundering regarding overseas operations, including preparing the client to be interviewed under caution. *
Conducting a cross-border internal investigation for the investment arm of a foreign government regarding bribery, corruption, fraud, sanctions busting and money laundering in relation to overseas subsidiaries and investments in various jurisdictions. *
Conducting an internal investigation for a global investment management firm in relation to suspected bribery and corruption regarding an overseas investment, and advising on regulatory reporting requirements and subsequent investigations by national and international authorities. *
Advising an asset management firm regarding compliance issues in relation to a proposed transaction in a foreign jurisdiction. *
Conducting a cross-border internal investigation for a FTSE 100 company further to allegations of bribery, corruption, fraud and sanctions busting in overseas subsidiaries in a number of jurisdictions. *
* Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case.