- part of the Herbert Smith team advising UBS in respect of matters arising from the prosecution of its former trader, K Adoboli
- advising multi-national company on international corruption investigation
- advising major corporations in relation to various police investigations
- advising variety of UK and multi-national companies on anti-corruption compliance programmes in light of UK Bribery Act
- advising UK companies on corruption, sanctions and money laundering due diligence on corporate transactions
Graham joined the firm as a trainee in 1982.
Graham’s experience in corporate crime matters is bolstered by his experience as an assistant director at the United Kingdom Serious Fraud Office (SFO), where he was in charge of one of the four main operating divisions and a member of the management board and audit committee. During his career at the SFO, Graham was involved in investigating and prosecuting matters involving insider dealing, false accounting, fraudulent trading, conspiracy to defraud, money laundering, theft and corruption.
Prior to his time at the SFO and subsequent return to the firm in 2009, Graham was a partner in Herbert Smith’s Litigation and Arbitration group, focusing on heavy commercial litigation. His work included professional negligence partnership, banking, regulatory and contractual disputes.