Litigator Lincoln Caylor advises clients on a wide range of matters related to international economic crimes – from asset-tracing investigations and recovery actions, to enforcement stepsin complex, global financial frauds. Often collaborating with colleagues around the world to develop and execute cross-border litigation strategies, he is regarded by Who’s Who Legal: Asset Recovery as the premier asset-recovery lawyer in Canada. Caylor’s recent highlights include acting as lead counsel in the Yukos-related litigation in Ontario against Russia. Enforcement proceedings by H.M.B. Holdings’ against Antigua and Barbuda for its expropriation of the Half Moon Bay Hotel. Directing the asset-recovery efforts in Canada of US$5.5 billion linked to the defunct Stanford International Bank in Antigua, which collapsed after being tied to the world's second-largest Ponzi scheme. As an influencer, he is a co-founder of The International Academy of Financial Crime Litigators, a collaboration of experienced public-and private-litigation professionals and distinguished academics working with the Basel Institute on Governance to expand worldwide access to solutions in economic crime cases. His dedication to Canada earned Caylor the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.