Against the backdrop of economic uncertainty, jurisdictions around the world have seen a significant increase in restructuring and liquidation filings, as well as an increase in disputes and litigation. How will this impact global asset tracing?

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The economic impacts of Covid-19 continue to reverberate through the global economy, even as most jurisdictions move closer to a return to pre-2020 normalcy. Ongoing labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, acute inflation, market volatility and a rapid end to Covid-era forbearance measures have combined to create a distinctly fraught business environment. Jason Liew and Paul Stephen note in an op-ed in The Business Times (Singapore): As the volume of restructurings and liquidations continues to increase, the demand for complex asset tracing services will follow, but asset tracing professionals will need to have the requisite resources, knowledge, and presence to successfully executive a complex, cross-border asset trace.

Read their article in The Business Times.

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Jason

Jason Liew

Jason Liew, a Partner in the StoneTurn Singapore office, has over 20 years of experience conducting a wide range of investigative assignments for a broad range of Fortune 500 companies, […]

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Stephen

Paul Stephen

Paul Stephen, a Manager with StoneTurn, has extensive experience in compliance and monitoring, and investigations. He has worked on diverse engagements including anti–money laundering, anti–bribery and corruption, due diligence, sanctions […]

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