Peter Skoglund is one of Sweden's top names for asset recovery work and wields over 30 years of experience in civil and criminal corruption, fraud and asset tracing proceedings.
Peter Skoglund has been a litigation partner with Delphi law firm since 1988. He is also a member of Delphi’s anti-corruption practice group.
Peter Skoglund worked on his first large corruption case, spanning several jurisdictions, in the late 1980s, and since then has assisted both Swedish and foreign companies in a vast number of graft, fraud, corporate governance, violation of trade secrets and fiduciary trust, forensic and asset-tracing investigations.
Peter Skoglund regularly advises on anti-corruption rules and on corporate governance issues.
Peter Skoglund has prosecuted a great number of asset recovery and damages cases relating to various forms of internal frauds. Although not a criminal defence lawyer, Peter Skoglund has worked on both criminal and civil law bribery cases.
Peter Skoglund has been appointed an expert to the court on Swedish corruption laws and on Swedish corporate governance rules in proceedings before foreign courts.
Peter Skoglund has extensive experience from the application of so-called mandatory rules in international arbitration and, hereunder, the ICC concept of anti-corruption “red flags”.
Among other articles on similar or related subjects Peter Skoglund authored the Swedish chapter in the 2011 and 2015 editions of International Fraud & Asset Tracing, published in the European Lawyer Reference Series.
Peter Skoglund has trained as a judge and he has taught law at the Uppsala and Stockholm law schools.
Peter Skoglund graduated summa cum laude from the University of Uppsala Law School in 1981.
Peter Skoglund has been a member of the Swedish Bar since 1987.