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Mr Malik QC is a highly respected Queen’s Counsel ranked in both Chambers and Partners and Legal 500. He is known as being at the forefront in the field of fraud, corruption and commercial crime.
Head of Chambers Kerim Fuad QC observes “we are delighted that Amjad Malik QC has joined our growing Silks’ Team bringing added depth to our Business Crime Group. He is a highly regarded Silk with experience at the highest level in both Prosecution and Defence work. He is a much welcomed addition to team Church Court”
Mr Malik QC demonstrates a multi disciplinary skill set encompassing civil, commercial and criminal expertise. He is continuously instructed in the most complex and important of cases, being sought after by solicitors because of his stylish, persuasive advocacy. Mr Malik QC represents financial clients in large, high priority and critical cases which involve high profile and complex investigations. He represented JM in the landmark proceeds of crime case, Anwoir, Meghrabi and others (Operations Raphis and Aloof), KM in R v SB and others (Operation Vex) a £95m MTIC fraud and RM in R v Miah and others 2015 representing directors in an international Money laundering enterprise. He further advises a number of organisations including Charities and banks with regard areas of compliance.
Mr Malik QC also executes a regulatory and civil expertise when appearing before specialist regulatory tribunals including the General Medical Council; the Nursing and Midwifery Council and the Healthcare Professionals Council. He also has wide experience of many aspects of mental health law. His practice encompasses many areas in which this specialism is important, for example, the Court of Protection and inquiries.
For further information on Mr Malik QC or our Business Crime Group please not hesitate to contact Chambers Senior Clerk Daniel Bartlett or our Practice Manager Rod McGurk
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