Saqib Alam is a partner who advises global companies facing business-critical regulatory and compliance issues and helps them resolve such issues with government authorities. He has carried out investigations in more than 30 countries around the world and has helped companies and individuals reach resolutions with government agencies in the United States, United Kingdom, Brazil, Germany, India, and Singapore.

Based in London for the last 12 years, Saqib has investigated alleged bribery (FCPA/UKBA), sanctions violations, human rights violations, miscarriages of justice, money laundering, antitrust violations and fraud for some of the most well-known organisations in the world. Saqib regularly advises companies facing concurrent regulatory investigations in multiple countries and has experience reaching coordinated resolutions with prosecutors across the world.

Saqib has extensive experience guiding companies through UK Public Inquiries and investigations relating to UK public sector contracts. He is currently advising a large global multinational company involved in a high-profile UK Public Inquiry. Saqib also advises companies and senior executives called upon to give evidence in UK Parliamentary Select Committee hearings. As a key part of this work, Saqib regularly works alongside media and public affairs advisers in assisting companies to manage reputational risk and adverse media coverage arising out of government investigations.

Saqib also represents clients in cross-border litigation and dispute resolution matters. Together with local counsel in many jurisdictions, he helps companies resolve litigation and disputes. His litigation and arbitration experience spans a broad range of industries and geographies, with a particular focus on Asia.

Saqib graduated from King’s College, University of London, with First Class Honours in Law in 2006. From 2007 – 2008, he served as a Justice’s Law Clerk in the Supreme Court of Singapore and later as an Assistant Registrar in the High Court of Singapore. He is admitted to practice in New York, England, and Singapore.

Saqib is a regular speaker on investigations and dispute resolution.

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