Attorney- at-law Karel Frielink has been appointed member of FraudNet for all six islands of the Dutch Antilles, writes The Daily Herald. FraudNet is a worldwide network of lawyers specialised in asset tracing and recovery. Founded in 2004 by the anti-crime branch of the International Chamber of Commerce, FraudNet currently counts 70 members in 62 countries, providing victims of fraud with the possibility of retaining the best asset-recovery professionals in the targeted jurisdictions. Following strict criteria set by its member-elected Standards and Procedures Committee, FraudNet seeks to select one highly-skilled and experienced asset-recovery lawyer for every country.
Frielink has a wealth of legal expertise and has worked on a number of significant high-value fraud and asset-recovery cases. He is FraudNet’s exclusive member for Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, St. Maarten, St. Eustatius and Saba.
FraudNet members are individual lawyers, not entire law firms, and membership is both personal and non-transferable. Frielink is the managing partner of BZSE Attorneys at Law Curaçao. He is admitted to the Dutch Caribbean bar. He is an experienced litigator, specialised in finance law, corporate law and in corporate governance. He is very knowledgeable in the areas of proving fraud, asset location and recovery techniques. He not only has dealt with highly complicated, multi-jurisdictional fraud cases, he also has lectured on fraud, bribery and corruption at training seminars organised by the Dutch Institute of Chartered Accountants NIVRA-VERA.
FraudNet provides fraud victims with a first localpoint- of-contact service using legal specialists who can help and the resource of a global network of partners to investigate and take action against fraudsters in foreign jurisdictions, increasing the chances of recovering losses.