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Jonathan Fisher


Thesis Title: 'The dynamics of corporate criminal conduct in the commercial and financial sectors'

Supervisors: Professor Jeremy Holder and Professor David Kershaw

Research Interests: Corporate crime, financial crime, international economic sanctions, human rights and civil liberties

Recent Publications and Conference Papers

“The global financial crisis: the case for a stronger criminal response” [2013] Law and Financial Markets Review 159

“The vulnerability of HMRC to penetration by criminal actors” [2012] Journal of Money Laundering Control 153

“Economic Crime and the Global Financial Crisis” [2011] 5(4) Law and Financial Markets Review 276

"The Anti-Money Laundering Disclosure Regime and the Collection of Tax in the UK" [2010] 55(3) British Tax Review 1

"Fraud Reporting: A Shared Responsibility", Fraud Advisory Panel, 2010; "Fraud and Financial Crime", Research Note, Policy Exchange, 2010

Interests and Affiliations

Jonathan Fisher is a practising barrister specialising in white collar crime, financial regulatory and tax evasion cases. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2003. Jonathan is also a Visiting Professor of Law at LSE where he teaches Corporate Crime, Financial Crime and International Economic Sanctions on the LLM programme.

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