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FRA Wins GIR Awards Investigations Consultancy of the Year 2023

November 17, 2023

FRA has once again been named Investigations Consultancy of the Year at the annual Global Investigations Review (GIR) Awards, which took place in Washington DC on November 16, 2023. This is the firm’s fourth win in eight consecutive years of being nominated in this category.  

In a second win for the night, FRA was also part of the team awarded this year’s Most Important Development with Swiss technology firm ABB and an international team of lawyers who supported the company’s $327 million global resolution in late 2022. We take pride in assisting the company and their external counsel throughout their three-year cooperation with the South African, Swiss, and US authorities.

Other international headline matters our global team of experts supported in 2022-23 include TechnipFMC’s settlement with French authorities, Honeywell’s resolution of a bribery investigation, and the successful conclusion and certification of the IAV GmbH monitorship in connection with a Dieselgate related settlement.  

FRA Co-founding Partner Frances McLeod, receiving the award on behalf of FRA, said “It is an honour for us to be consistently acknowledged at the annual GIR Awards alongside peers who have worked on so many important cases. My Co-founders and I are so thankful for the dedication of our global FRA team and the clients who trust us when it matters most.”

We are also delighted to have been listed once again in the latest edition of GIR 100 2023 – Global Investigation Review’s annual guide to “the best firms to turn to in the lifecycle of an international investigation”. Find out more about our listing here.

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