Greg Glynn is a Principal at FRA based in the London office. Greg is renowned for his knowledge of fraud, anti-corruption and white-collar crime on a domestic and cross-border level. At FRA, Greg supports FRA’s litigation and disputes practice in order to develop and improve our service offering for law firm and corporate clients.

Greg has over 20 years of experience in representing companies and individuals in advising them on investigations by foreign regulators such as the UK Serious Fraud Office, the German Tax Authorities, the Italian Prosecutors Office, the US Department of Justice, the US Internal Revenue Service and the US Securities Exchange Commission.

During his time at Arthur Cox, Greg worked as the lead attorney on numerous high-profile international civil and criminal cases in courts in various jurisdictions including England, Europe, Hong Kong and the USA. He worked closely and coordinated regularly with lawyers and regulators around the world on search warrants, MLAT requests (France, Germany; United Kingdom and Italy) and indictments.

Greg is a solicitor in Ireland and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar. He is also the Irish Emeritus member of FraudNet (the International Chamber of Commerce's International Network of Fraud litigation specialists). From 2017 to 2019, Greg served as Head of Marketing for FraudNet, where he also served on its Board. He served as Chair of Lex Mundi Cross-Border Investigations: Business Crime & Compliance Group 2018-2020, a leading global network of independent law firms delivering consistent, high quality advice that is critical to solving cross border challenges. From 2013 to 2016, Greg served as Head of the Arthur Cox Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group and was a member of the Arthur Cox Management Committee, and previously he served as Head and founder of the Arthur Cox Fraud and White Collar Crime Group. He has spoken at fraud conferences in Ireland, England, Germany, Austria, Holland and the United States. Greg is ranked in Dispute Resolution in Chambers Global and Chambers Europe 2019.

Authority experience

Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
US Department of Justice (DOJ)
US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Serious Fraud Office (SFO)
Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland (CBFSAI)
Irish Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB)

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