[Webinar] Crypto assets fraud – are civil injunctions effective remedies?


Where victims of crypto frauds are able to react in a prompt manner upon the discovery of fraud cases, they may be possible to recoup some of the scammed funds. What is the step to be taken for recovering their assets? Are civil injunctions effective remedies?


Participants of the webinar can know / advise their clients what to do if they had unfortunately become victims of crypto assets fraud.


The criminal and civil regimes and their interactions.
—What is a letter of no consent?
—The evolving applications of the letter of no consent.
—Civil injunctions (proprietary and/or mareva) and the Challenges.
—Practical advice.

Who should attend

Asset managers, wealth managers, manager-in-charge, compliance officers, and financial practitioners who are interested in understanding more about crypto asset fraud

Speaker/Course Instructor

Foster YIM
Foster is a barrister with business background. He is an INED for two Listcos. In the past 3 years, he has been handling a case of 1000 Bitcoins fraud and successfully obtained firstly an interim-interim then an interim injunctions for his client. He publishes constantly on the topic in Hong Kong Lawyers, an official publication from the Law Society of Hong Kong and for 4 consecutive years he has been the CPD speaker on “Blockchain for Lawyers” for the Hong Kong Academy of Law. He is also a legal advisor for the Junior Police Officers’ Association.


Date & Time
Tuesday, 1 Nov 2022 (12:00PM - 1:30PM)
Virtual Platform
Relevant Subject
Type 1 - Dealing in securities
Type 2 - Dealing in futures contracts
Type 4 - Advising on securities
Type 5 - Advising on futures contracts
Type 9 - Asset management
SFC:1.50, PWMA:1.50