Nimisha is an associate in the Disputes and Investigations group specialising in corporate crime and investigations.
Nimisha has acted for corporations, banks and individuals on some of highest profile cross-border investigations carried out by the SFO, FCA, DOJ and CFTC into corruption and financial crime. The industries being investigated include banking, pharmaceuticals, mining and media in the USA, Russia, Kazakhstan, Iraq and Iceland.
Nimisha's practice also covers a wide range of fraud and corporate crime such as extradition, money laundering and embezzlement. She is currently advising on an M&A in relation to a possible breach of the Iranian sanction regime.
Nimisha has a broad perspective having worked outside of private practice at the United Nations, OECD and Council of Europe, where she advised on anti-corruption, mutual legal assistance and war crimes. Nimisha has delivered training on extradition to Ugandan prosecutors and on dawn raids to other lawyers. She is also dedicated to pro-bono work and has volunteered with various international NGO's, defending the rights of the underrepresented in developing nations.
Nimisha read Economics & Management at Oxford University, completed the GDL and LPC at Nottingham Law School and holds an LL.M. in Public International Law from UCL.
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