Swiss parliament amends the anti-money laundering act and (inadvertently?) introduces new compliance dutiesDaniel Lucien Bühr, Adam El-Hakim, Tabea Tsering Segessenmann, 2021
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Adam El-Hakim joined LALIVE in 2019. He specializes in white collar crime, compliance, international mutual legal assistance and internal investigations. Adam El-Hakim represents clients before authorities and courts at all stages of criminal proceedings. He has experience in issues related to criminal litigation, cross-border anti-fraud and anti-money laundering, as well as anti-bribery matters.
Prior to joining LALIVE, Adam El-Hakim completed internships at Bär & Karrer AG (2012) and the Prosecutor’s Office of Baselland (2013). He practiced as an attorney at Bär & Karrer AG (2017) and worked as Federal Assistant Prosecutor at the Office of the Attorney General for white collar crime (2017-2019).
Adam El-Hakim is a member of the Zurich Bar Association (ZAV), the Swiss Bar Association (SAV) and the Criminalistic Society of Switzerland (CSS). In addition, he is a founding member of the Private Claimants Network (PCN).
Adam El-Hakim holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree from the University of Basel (2008/2010), an LL.M. degree from University College London, UCL (2011, Dr. Gadient Engi Scholar) as well as a PhD from the University of Basel (2017, Dr. Gadient Engi Scholar). His doctoral thesis explores the topic of co-accused persons in accelerated proceedings according to Art. 358 et seqq. of the Swiss Criminal Procedure Code.
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