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Bill Wilson

Bill is a Director of Bankside Law and specialises in White Collar and Disciplinary matters involving the GMC and GDC. He has extensive experience defending individuals within both the investigation and proceedings stages of allegations brought by a variety of different agencies including the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) National Crime Agency (NCA), and the Police.

Many of Bill's cases have been extremely high profile, with many having hit the headlines in the national press and television. His work has included a number of murder cases (100% success rate),  large scale frauds,conspiracies, robberies (including the Heathrow gold bullion case), and high value money laundering, corruption and international drug trafficking cases. He also has considerable experience defending in cases including terrorism, computer crime and sexual offences. airline ticketing frauds and has extensive forensic and interview technique experience.

He regularly is instructed by a variety of professionals who unfortunately find themselves under investigation. The impact of proceedings can have a devastating impact not only in their personal lives but also to their careers. It is therefore imperative that if possible to avoid charges in the firt place. Through Bill’s experience, there have been many occasions when investigations have concluded in his client’s favour without recourse to the Tribunals or Courts. He is well known for his client care and eye for detail.

He has recently concluded two major Corruption cases, both with international dimensions, one involving BP and the other in the Turks and Caicos Islands. He has also successfully represented a Doctor arrested on an allegation of murder.

Bill has consistently been listed as a “Leading Individual” within Legal 500. He is a member of the Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers..

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