Quintel Intelligence is a specialist legal intelligence provider focussing on accountable investigations internationally. Our company has supported various clients through process driven, empirical and accountably obtained intelligence gathering which remains at the forefront of how Quintel Intelligence practices today. Quintel Intelligence services High Net Worth Individuals, corporations, litigation funders and legal service providers.
Crypto Fraud: Potential for Recovery
Quintel CEO, Nicholas Connon, co-authored an article on Crypto fraud which appeared in the Ukrainian Journal of Business Law (#7-8 July-August 2021). This article is about the cryptocurrency market, whose value topped USD 2 trillion in April 2021.
The BVI surrenders its USP
In the most recent development in the fight against money laundering, one of the world’s pre-eminent secrecy jurisdictions has advanced its adoption of a publicly accessible register of ownership, devised back in 2017.
Social Media – a Nuanced Mechanism for Blackmail
COVID has changed the world in many ways. Once such way was the inability for celebrities to film, record and present themselves to their audiences through conventional channels. The restrictions of a COVID world have then accelerated the adoption of social media to engage with their audience, almost exclusively through the channel.
4th December 2020
Why Every Security Professional Should be Aware of the QAnon Threat
QAnon is gaining in notoriety. The movement’s actions and messaging is increasingly being picked up by the mainstream media and although there may be more prominent threats circling, every security professional should be aware of QAnon because it is indicative of why at-risk entities should have robust protective intelligence.
Simply Identifying a Defendant's Assets is No Longer Enough For an Effective Enforcement Strategy
Hitherto, an enforcement appraisal has looked almost exclusively at identifying assets, with little consideration for the threats arising during the litigation. In practice, identifying assets is only the first step in a successful recovery plan. This is particularly relevant when litigation funding is in play.
8th October 2020
The Age of e-crime: Can we catch crypto criminals?
For the time being, fiat currency is king, yet for criminals who operate online, cryptocurrencies are the financial weapons of choice.
29th September 2020
A detailed analysis of Cash, Crypto and Corona
The worldwide spread of the Coronavirus has seen seismic and enduring impacts on the economy and has raised a series of questions from the broader future of economic transactions to the more acute, granular impact this will have on our day to day lives.
17th August 2020
Cryptocurrency: Domestic and Cross-Border tracing and Enforcement
On 13th June 2019 Nicholas Connon and James Ramsden spoke at the Schneider Financial Solutions Annual Family Law Symposium. The presentation was entitled “Cryptocurrency: Domestic & Cross-Border Tracing & Enforcement”.
13th June 2019
Freezing disclosure related to block chain and cryptocurrency
In November 2018 it was announced that James Ramsden QC of Quintel had secured a third freezing disclosure related to block chain and cryptocurrency, with others secured in September and October 2018.
Enforcing arbitral awards - can hurdles be overcome
Nicholas Connon and James Ramsden QC authored an article entitled “Enforcing arbitral awards. Can hurdles be overcome?” in the September 2018 issue of Harbour Litigation Funding’s ‘Harbour View’.
Working alongside James Ramsden QC of 39 Essex Chambers, Devonshires immediately obtained a freezing injunction in the UK courts over the assets of the company and the assets of its director and ultimate beneficial owner this included any Bitcoins.
Devonshires instructed Quintel Intelligence Limited, a specialist forensic intelligence company, to assist with tracing the Bitcoins, the proceeds of sale and the assets of the director and ultimate beneficial owner.
31st August 2018
In November 2017 it was announced that Quintel Intelligence (in conjunction with James Ramsden QC) was being retained to advice on the first significant London property sale exclusively using Bitcoin.
The sale was taking place on a £17m property in Holland Park – the first to be marketed for offers only using cryptocurrency. The work was carried out with property investment company London Wall and Quintel Intelligence was hired to assist in identifying the source of the buyers funds. “James Ramsden QC, together with business intelligence specialists Quintel Intelligence are retained to advise on the first significant London property sale using Bitcoin. The £17m Holland Park property is the first to be marketed with offers invited only in the cryptocurrency.
ETS-Global Risk Management
In 2017 Quintel Intelligence formed a close working relationship with US firm, ETS Risk Management. The partnership was forged to allow a bespoke blend of intelligence and defensive security measures to be offered to clients.
Quintel Intelligence takes on Anthony Hooper QC as a member of its advisory board
11th January 2017