Mercer & Hole’s Henry Page speaks at R3 Course
Mercer & Hole Corporate Advisory Director, Henry Page spoke at a one day course run by R3, The Association of Business Recovery Professionals, on Asset Tracing Fraud and Forensics, on 16 May, in London.
The Asset Tracing Fraud and Forensics course was aimed at providing insolvency professionals with legal updates, case studies, tactics and strategies to utilise in pursuing assets in cases involving fraud. Henry joined a panel of leading names across insolvency and related sectors to deliver the one-day course.
Talking about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, Henry explained what cryptocurrencies and blockchains are, how they work and how they can be used in fraud.
Henry is a qualified Chartered Certified Accountant and licensed insolvency practitioner. He has experience of all types of restructuring work, extending to both companies and LLPs, whether domestic or overseas. Henry’s pragmatic approach to problem solving and strong belief in preventative restructuring has resulted in the preservation of value and jobs for a number of businesses, including those in the financial services sector, security provision, not-for-profit, and retail.
To read Henry’s full profile, please click here.
Date: 17th May, 2017
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