Eve Giles

Eve is a white collar crime specialist with almost 20 years of experience advising on high profile criminal investigations. Eve acts for both individuals and domestic and multinational corporations in a broad range of sectors including financial services, mining, energy, infrastructure, construction and engineering. She specialises in corporate crime cases including international and domestic corruption, cartels, insider dealing, market abuse, fraud and extradition. She is an experienced criminal trial litigator and has defended a number of cases at trial against the SFO, FCA, CPS and OFT (predecessor to the CMA). Eve's notable cases include: the acquittal of a broker in the Libor II trial; the acquittal of a senior executive in the phone hacking / Operation Elveden trial; the acquittal of a senior executive in the British Airways / Virgin Atlantic Airlines passenger fuel surcharge price fixing case.
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Managing trade and financial sanctions compliance
Practice notes

This Practice Note describes the difference between financial sanctions and export controls and sets out the need to and how to put in place policies and procedures to prevent breaching the sanctions regimes, including risk assessment, screening, staff awareness and training, licensing and disclosure and reporting requirements.

Practice areas

Membership

  • Extradition Lawyers Association
  • London Criminal Courts Association
  • The Law Society

Panel

  • Consulting Editorial Board
  • Contributing Author

Education

  • Universite de Pantheon-Assas (Diploma in French Law)
  • University College London (LLB English Law and French Law)
  • Inns of Court School of Law (BVC)

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