Serious Fraud Office draws up list of big-name candidates for top role
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is targeting some of the biggest private practice names in white-collar crime to replace director Richard Alderman when he retires in April next year. The body has drawn up a shortlist of potential candidates for the role, including Dechert litigation partner Neil Gerrard - who is currently in dispute with DLA Piper over his exit from his former firm - and ex-Simmons & Simmons partner Louise Delahunty, who is now a counsel in Sullivan & Cromwell's London office.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is targeting some of the biggest private practice names in white-collar crime to replace director Richard Alderman when he retires in April next year.
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