Eversheds pulls off hire of SFO deputy director

Harris, Joanne
November 2005
Lawyer;11/14/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 44, p4
Trade Publication
The article announces the hiring of Peter Kiernan, deputy director of Serious Fraud Office (SF0) by fraud team of the company Eversheds. Kiernan joining the team in January 2006 will work alongside fraud and financial crime head Gerallt Owen, who joined from Orchard Solicitors in August 2004. Worked previously at the Inland Revenue, he comes fresh from 13 years at the SF0. Kiernan has held a variety of roles in his career. Beginning as a case manager he progressed to become assistant director in charge of policy.


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