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Sarah Crowder
Sarah Crowder
London +44 20 7067 2000 Download V-card

Sarah Crowder is a dual-qualified New York attorney and English Solicitor who helps clients navigate complex cross-border investigations and enforcement proceedings relating to allegations of corruption, export control and economic sanctions violations, fraud, and money laundering. Ms. Crowder has substantial experience advising clients on issues arising under the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act, and she has handled numerous white collar matters before major international enforcement authorities. Ms. Crowder also assists clients in suspension and debarment matters before the World Bank and other international financial institutions.

  • Conducting internal investigations into potential violations of anti-bribery laws in various countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe, for clients in a range of industries.
  • Advising a European engineering company on interactions with the World Bank’s Integrity Vice Presidency and Integrity Compliance Office, including by supporting several internal investigations into World Bank-financed projects and supporting the development of a corporate compliance program.
  • Advising a European energy company on several FCPA matters, including investigations by the DOJ and the SEC related to oil and natural gas projects in North Africa.
  • Advising a multinational pharmaceutical company on interactions with the SFO relating to a whistleblower’s allegations of bribery.
  • Supporting an anti-corruption risk assessment of a French pharmaceutical company acquired by a multinational pharmaceutical company.    
  • Providing anti-corruption compliance advice on a range of matters to a mining company operating in West Africa.
  • Conducting an internal investigation into potential sanctions violations by a European affiliate of a multinational pharmaceutical company.
  • Advising a global financial institution in connection with a review of payment messaging practices and related interactions with UK, U.S., and European regulators.
  • Advising U.S. banks in connection with anti-money laundering investigations involving the DOJ, the OCC and FinCEN.

Pro Bono

  • Representing a political dissident from the Democratic Republic of the Congo in defensive asylum proceedings.

Previous Experience

  • Associate in the white collar practice at an international law firm in New York.