Ekwall Singh Tiwana

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Ekwall specialises in defending in serious fraud cases and is fully versed in all aspects of the proceeds of crime and money laundering legislation. He has been instructed to represent a number of clients facing prosecution by the serious fraud office and company directors who have been accused of stealing and defrauding companies and the revenue of many millions of pounds. He has considerable experience in these specialist fields and has a good understanding of the commercial and financial aspects aspects of serious fraud.
Ekwall advises international companies and directors on compliance issues in India and the UK.
Ekwall is readily aware of the need for early preparation in these types of cases which forms the backgroud for effective case management.
He has appeared in the magistrates, crown , divisional and appellate courts in matters associated with confiscation, money laundering and restraint proceedings both criminal and civil.
Ekwall is fully acquainted with all aspects of the disclosure duties and statutory requirements. Ekwall is on the VHCC panel.
Ekwall is a qualified arbitrator. He has organised conferences in India and has strong links with the country.
Notable Cases
R v Delroy Facey (Birmingham Crown Court 2015)
defended former premier league striker on conspiracy to bribe charges
R v M Bray (Grimsby Crown Court 2015)
defendant received suspended sentence in high value fraud case
R -v- Richardson BL
Wolves Fans on Trial
R -v- Morris D. (David)
Three Jailed For Drugs Worth 500k Hidden in Cereal Bags
R v RS (Birmingham 2014)
Representing Indian client in multi jurisdictional million pound money laundering
R v D (Birmingham 2014)
Representing two clients on multi million pounds company tax evasion
R v C (Swindon Crown court 2014)
High value breach of trust fraud
R v Hall - (Nottingham 2013)
multi million pound tobacco importation defendant avoids prison
R v Grey - (Wolverhampton 2013)
55000 benefits fraud defendant avoids prison
R v IB - (2013)
vat fraud defendant acquitted
R v Sowden (2013)
tobacco importation defendant avoids prison
R v WS (Wolverhampton 2013)
defendant acquitted on trading standards fraud
R v Bennett (2012)
large scale vat fraud
R v Foster (2012)
Lincoln conspiracy to steal over 750 000 worth of tractors
R v Toon - 2012
large scale supply of class A drugs
R Cagiana 2012 - Warwick
importation of heroin
R v Ankrett 2012 Wolverhampton
tax evasion of close to 1 million on tobacco
R v Jones (2012)
benefit fraud
R v Sangha (2012)
banking fraud and breach of trust
R v Klair
Birmingham 2012 mortgage fraud
R v Ellis- Wolverhampton
2012
attempted murder and S18
R v Ako Sheik - Wolverhampton
trading standards and car ringing
R v Sunner (Wolverhampton 2012
converting criminal property
R v Morgan (Wolverhampton 2012)
supply of class A drugs third strike - duress defence acquitted
R v Singh - Hull Crown Court 2012
confiscation and human trafficking case
R v Brown - Derby Crown Court - 2011
multi million pound car ringing fraud
R v Nelson
Nottingham confiscation
R v Hall - 2012 Nottingham
money laundering and converting criminal property
Z Hussain (2011)
Oxford Crown Court, high value estate agent fraud
R v Sangha (Wolverhampton 2011)
Banking Fraud
Qualifications
LLB Honours
Arbitrator

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Counsel at No5 Barristers’ Chambers has represented a juice bar and its owner at appeal securing a reduction in their fines imposed due to bogus health claims, which had totalled more than 8,000....

Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2018