Darren Roiser

Darren Roiser

Darren relies on his in-depth insight into international dispute resolution to help clients navigate complex regulatory frameworks across multiple jurisdictions and safeguard corporate reputation. Specialising in commercial litigation, arbitration and regulatory investigations, Darren works with international corporations, financial institutions, high net worth individuals across Europe, the Middle East and Russia.

As well as advising on cross-jurisdictional disputes, banking and financial services litigation, and partnership disputes, Darren has a focus on sanctions compliance, corporate investigations and the creation and implementation of compliance procedures.

His unique combination of skills and experience ensures Darren’s practice is at the cutting edge of new legislation involving sanctions, money laundering, cybercrime and modern slavery. As clients embark on complex corporate deals, Darren’s role is crucial to ensuring they are mitigating risk and complying with regulations when deals involve maturing countries such as Iran and Russia.

For Darren, relationships are key for the growth of his practice. He is renowned for working seamlessly as part of the client’s team to ensure they are made aware of the risk areas underpinning their commercial drivers.

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Legal insights

The Criminal Finances Act (“CFA”) 2017 comes into effect on 30 September 2017. The CFA introduces two new offences which could affect any company with links to the UK.

04 August 2017

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (the ICIJ) made public a searchable database containing details of over 200,000 offshore companies and the people that sit behind and benefit...

10 May 2016

We look at the impact that the lifting of Iran sanctions may have on existing IT compliance infrastructure.

13 January 2016

We look at how the certainty of letters of credit may be impacted by wider fraudulent/illegal conduct and what can be done to mitigate the risks.

13 January 2016