FraudNet in action

According to The Irish Times, lawyer Antenor Pereira Madruga Filho (a member of FraudNet) is hired by the Irish Government to represent it in a high-profile case involving a lawyer who fled Ireland in 2007 with debts of €80m. The lawyer was arrested in Brazil almost two years ago and has been held since in a prison (click here for the newspaper article). FraudNet Members are regularly in the news and you can read about some of them here.

FraudNet is a worldwide network of lawyers specialized in asset tracing and recovery. Set up in 2004 by the anti-crime arm of the International Chamber of Commerce, FraudNet currently numbers over 70 members present in 66 countries, providing victims of fraud with the possibility of retaining the best asset recovery professionals in the targeted jurisdictions. FraudNet’s international reach transcends national boundaries. Members – all some of the world’s most respected law firms — work together to pursue and recoup assets transferred across borders.

Karel Frielink
(FraudNet Member for Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, St. Maarten, St. Eustatius and Saba)

(25 August 2015)


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