Bhavin Shah has been helping clients navigate intricate legal matters, conduct multi-jurisdictional investigations, steer regulatory negotiations, manage crises, and implement robust anti-money laundering (AML) strategies for more than 20 years. He serves as a trusted advisor to Boards of Directors, CXOs, governments, regulators, and leading global law firms with experience and strategic insights that have proven pivotal in crucial decision-making situations.
Mr. Shah’s professional background encompasses a diverse spectrum of industries, including financial institutions, sovereign wealth funds, public sector entities, development institutions, and regulatory bodies extending across Asia, the Middle East, Africa, America, and Europe.
Throughout his career, Mr. Shah has been instrumental in advising on high-profile corporate failures and enforcement actions. This includes working with several clients on their enforcement undertakings, deferred prosecution agreements, regulatory monitorships, and related regulatory remediation plans. His advisory role extends beyond corporations to encompass counsel provided to central banks and capital market authorities on critical strategic initiatives and forensic investigations.
In 2020, Mr. Shah was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. He is an active speaker at international conferences, contributing valuable insights into corporate governance, financial crime, corporate failures, the crypto economy, and corporate transparency. Additionally, Mr. Shah is a founding board member of D2A2, a digital asset industry forum under the patronage of Dubai Chambers.