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Sarah Crowder Named to GIR's "Women in Investigations"

July 17, 2018

LONDONGlobal Investigations Review has named Covington’s Sarah Crowder to the second edition of “Women in Investigations,” highlighting 100 female practitioners from across the globe. Nancy Kestenbaum and Mythili Raman were selected to the list’s first edition in 2015.

The survey highlights a variety of women not previously recognized by the magazine—from government enforcers to the next generation of investigators—that form part of the worldwide investigations community.

An associate based in London, Ms. Crowder helps clients navigate internal and government investigations involving allegations of corruption, export control and economic sanctions violations, fraud, and money laundering. She has handled numerous white collar matters before major international enforcement authorities and also assists clients in suspension and debarment matters before the World Bank and other international financial institutions. She also advises on compliance issues arising under anti-corruption laws, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act.

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