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Lincoln Caylor

Lincoln Caylor
Office:
3400 One First Canadian Place
PO Box 130
M5X 1A4
City:
Toronto
State:
Ontario
Country:
Canada
Tel:
+1 416 777 6121

Biographies:

Who's Who Legal Asset Recovery: Lawyers

Lincoln Caylor leads groundbreaking asset-tracing investigations and pursues asset recovery litigation and enforcement actions in prominent, high-value international financial frauds and other economic crimes.

As a renowned authority, he is regularly engaged to advise on complex, multijurisdictional asset recovery strategies. Who’s Who Legal 2017 Asset Recovery commends him as Canada’s leading asset recovery thought leader.

Caylor’s recent representations include: directing Canadian civil asset recovery proceedings in the US$5.5 billion failure of Stanford International Bank, Antigua, which collapsed in the world's second-largest Ponzi scheme; counselling Hermitage Capital Management Limited in Canada regarding Canadian authorities’ money laundering investigation into proceeds of a US$230 million tax refund fraud uncovered by Sergei Magnitsky; and acting on behalf of HMB Holdings Ltd, and securing court orders directing the government of Antigua and Barbuda to pay approximately US$30 million to HMB Holdings Ltd, longtime owner of the defunct Half Moon Bay Hotel.

Caylor is entrusted as a “leading counsel and commentator” in asset recovery by Chambers Canada (2016). He serves as Toronto’s sole member of ICC FraudNet, the world’s leading asset recovery legal network.

As an eminent influencer on economic crime prevention, he recently explained to @OnTheMoneyCBC how money laundering is affecting Canada. Caylor is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions to Canada.

Bennett Jones is one of Canada's premier business law firms and home to over 380 lawyers and business advisors in nine offices. With exceptional experience in complex cross-border and international transactions, the firm is well equipped to advise foreign businesses and investors with Canadian ventures, and connect Canadian businesses and investors with opportunities around the world.

WWL says: Thought leader Lincoln Caylor is credited with providing “cost-effective, creative solutions” and is “a smart and formidable lawyer to work with".

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Asset Recovery which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Canada - Asset Recovery

Lincoln Caylor leads groundbreaking asset-tracing investigations and pursues asset recovery litigation and enforcement actions in prominent, high-value international financial frauds and other economic crimes.

As a renowned authority, he is regularly engaged to advise on complex, multijurisdictional asset recovery strategies. Who’s Who Legal 2017 Asset Recovery commends him as Canada’s leading asset recovery thought leader.

Caylor’s recent representations include: directing Canadian civil asset recovery proceedings in the US$5.5 billion failure of Stanford International Bank, Antigua, which collapsed in the world's second-largest Ponzi scheme; counselling Hermitage Capital Management Limited in Canada regarding Canadian authorities’ money laundering investigation into proceeds of a US$230 million tax refund fraud uncovered by Sergei Magnitsky; and acting on behalf of HMB Holdings Ltd, and securing court orders directing the government of Antigua and Barbuda to pay approximately US$30 million to HMB Holdings Ltd, longtime owner of the defunct Half Moon Bay Hotel.

Caylor is entrusted as a “leading counsel and commentator” in asset recovery by Chambers Canada (2016). He serves as Toronto’s sole member of ICC FraudNet, the world’s leading asset recovery legal network.

As an eminent influencer on economic crime prevention, he recently explained to @OnTheMoneyCBC how money laundering is affecting Canada. Caylor is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions to Canada.

Bennett Jones is one of Canada's premier business law firms and home to over 380 lawyers and business advisors in nine offices. With exceptional experience in complex cross-border and international transactions, the firm is well equipped to advise foreign businesses and investors with Canadian ventures, and connect Canadian businesses and investors with opportunities around the world.

WWL says: Lincoln Caylor is recognised as “a leader in the Ontario market” for his “thoughtful, client-focused and strategic approach” to complicated fraud cases.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Canada which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Litigation: Lawyers

Recognised as a “leading counsel and commentator” in asset recovery by Chambers Canada (2016), Lincoln Caylor is regularly instructed to advise on complex international asset recovery strategies.

For more than 20 years, Caylor has handled groundbreaking asset-tracing investigations and pursued asset recovery litigation and enforcement actions in prominent, high-value international financial frauds and other economic crimes.

The sole Toronto member of ICC FraudNet (https://icc-ccs.org/home/fraudnet), the world’s leading asset recovery legal network, he is listed among North America’s most highly regarded individuals by Who’s Who Legal: Asset Recovery 2015.

Caylor’s recent representations include: leading Canadian civil asset recovery proceedings in the US$5.5 billion failure of Stanford International Bank, Antigua, which collapsed in the world's second-largest Ponzi scheme;  serving as local counsel in multi-jurisdictional offshore trust litigation involving breach of trust and fraud allegations in excess of US$15 million regarding management of trust assets in Jersey, Panama and Ontario; and securing a US$21 million award from the London Court of International Arbitration enforceable in Ontario on behalf of a Swiss-managed multimillion-dollar hedge fund based in the Cayman Islands.

As an influencer on fraud recovery, he recently appeared on Global News 16x9’s investigative report The Billionaire and the Bank, explaining a bank’s role in the world’s second-largest Ponzi scheme. He has addressed the Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights and the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs by request to give evidence regarding sentencing for fraud under Bill C-21.

Bennett Jones is one of Canada's premier business law firms and home to over 380 lawyers and business advisers in nine offices. With exceptional experience in complex cross-border and international transactions, the firm is well equipped to advise foreign businesses and investors with Canadian ventures, and connect Canadian businesses and investors with opportunities around the world.

WWL says: Lincoln Caylor is one of Canada's best litigation lawyers and "a big name for complex investigations".

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Litigation which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Canada - Commercial Litigation

Lincoln Caylor leads groundbreaking asset-tracing investigations and pursues asset recovery litigation and enforcement actions in prominent, high-value international financial frauds and other economic crimes.

As a renowned authority, he is regularly engaged to advise on complex, multijurisdictional asset recovery strategies. Who’s Who Legal 2017 Asset Recovery commends him as Canada’s leading asset recovery thought leader.

Caylor’s recent representations include: directing Canadian civil asset recovery proceedings in the US$5.5 billion failure of Stanford International Bank, Antigua, which collapsed in the world's second-largest Ponzi scheme; counselling Hermitage Capital Management Limited in Canada regarding Canadian authorities’ money laundering investigation into proceeds of a US$230 million tax refund fraud uncovered by Sergei Magnitsky; and acting on behalf of HMB Holdings Ltd, and securing court orders directing the government of Antigua and Barbuda to pay approximately US$30 million to HMB Holdings Ltd, longtime owner of the defunct Half Moon Bay Hotel.

Caylor is entrusted as a “leading counsel and commentator” in asset recovery by Chambers Canada (2016). He serves as Toronto’s sole member of ICC FraudNet, the world’s leading asset recovery legal network.

As an eminent influencer on economic crime prevention, he recently explained to @OnTheMoneyCBC how money laundering is affecting Canada. Caylor is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions to Canada.

Bennett Jones is one of Canada's premier business law firms and home to over 380 lawyers and business advisors in nine offices. With exceptional experience in complex cross-border and international transactions, the firm is well equipped to advise foreign businesses and investors with Canadian ventures, and connect Canadian businesses and investors with opportunities around the world.

WWL says: Lincoln Caylor is described by market commentators as “a big name for complex investigations”.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Canada which can be purchased from our Shop.

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