Craig Hogg

Craig Hogg

Associate, Peters & Peters

Craig specialises in a wide range of white collar crime matters, with particular experience acting for clients in complex cross-border criminal and regulatory investigations, internal investigations and corporate compliance.  

Craig has represented individual and corporate clients in cases brought by the SFO, FCA, CPS and the NCA. He has experience of investigations and prosecutions alleging fraud, bribery and corruption, money laundering and other financial crime. 

He has further worked on a variety of complex international criminal law matters involving extradition, INTERPOL and mutual legal assistance issues, and holds related expertise in the areas of data protection, judicial review, and human rights. 

Prior to joining the firm, Craig read Law at Cambridge University, and was called to the Bar by Lincoln’s Inn. As a Harold G. Fox Fund Scholar, Craig worked at a leading litigation boutique in Toronto, and was seconded to the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Supreme Court of Canada. 

He has been published widely, including in the areas of extradition and Interpol Red Notice reform, anti-money laundering, market abuse, and corruption in sport (including LawInSport/BASL Sports Law Yearbooks).  Published articles have appeared in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, Global Banking & Finance Review, and Business Law Review.

You can find him on LinkedIn here.

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