Since 1993, ARP executives and directors have decades of collective and comprehensive knowledge and experience in the domain of assets recovery, meaning that we are able to provide the most value and innovation per your dollar spent, with spectacular results. We provide a satisfaction guarantee for our services provided, in the sense that we exhaust all reasonable means for recovering assets for our clients.

Apart from regular fees contracts, ARP considers substantial cases on contingency without obligation of the victimized creditors seeking assets, but with the commission on recovered assets and other contractual arrangements. Within a short period of time, ARP can analyze the facts and the feasibility of successful recovery in each particular prospective case. The main principle of ARP is to have things done in terms of assets recovery with substantial beneficial outcome, in any corner of the world.

It is ARP’s preference to operate without attention of the press and without disclosures in the public domain, reducing its modus operandi to contacts with its clients and the necessary sources of information.

The offices of ARP are in Washington, D.C., Boston (Massachusetts) and Miami (Florida), USA. Furthermore, it has associates in several other countries. Over the years, ARP has been working with many attorneys as needed for particular matters. Program’s senior managing executives are presented below.

Executive Director
George A. Lambert, Esq.

Dr. Lambert is a Harvard-educated expert on international recovery of assets, with a substantial academic background and with the skills in finance, banking and accounting. He has graduated from the J.F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. He has two doctorate degrees, including in international law and in political history. In his diverse career, he has held affiliation with the Harvard Center for International Affairs and has held an award from the U.S. Institute of Peace. He is the author of several book dedicated to international law and to developing countries (including ‘United Nations Industrial Development Organization’ (1993); ‘Ghana: In Search of Stability’ (1992). Dr. Lambert has been the Editor of Investment Strategy magazine published in London, U.K. by Sterling Publishing Group. He has also been a contributing editor of East West Executive Guide, published by WorldTrade Executive, Inc. in Concord, Massachusetts, USA. He has published about 100 articles, and participated in a number of panels. He speaks five languages and has an extensive international experience. Dr Lambert is admitted to the Bar in the District of Columbia and Massachusetts.

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Other Directors and Consultants

Other directors of the Program, maintained by UTICo, have included two holders of Ph.D. degrees in economics, and 2 holders of other doctorate degrees, in particular in international law, and in philology. As the managing body, UTICo’s Board have included 9 directors, holding 3-year terms, with the right of unrestricted reelection. The present composition of UTICo’s Board, elected pursuant to valid corporate action under the Bylaws, includes 8 members.

As of October 1, 2019, the Board includes the following directors:

Warren Coats, Ph.D.;

Roman Plyamovaty;

George Lambert;

Dott. Karlina Poziomek;

Dr. K.T. Lee;

Alain Rouvez;

Tim Dickinson.

ARP’s Board overlaps with the Board of UTICo at the present time. For UTICo’s ByLaws, see link. Additionally, ARP is related to a not-for-profit Foundation Honesty International, Inc. (FHI). For FHI’s ByLaws, see link.

Founder and Executive Director
The Hon. W. Scott Thompson (1945-2017)

Professor Thompson, an authority on corruption, taught International Politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy from 1967 to 1999. He had a D.Phil. from Oxford University where he was a Rhodes, Danforth, and Woodrow Wilson Scholar. He graduated summa cum laude from Stanford University in 1963 and attended Phillips Academy, Andover. In 1975 he was a White House Fellow at the Defense Department, and entered the Reagan Administration as Associate Director, U.S. Information Agency, and also chaired many interdepartmental groups therein, including the ‘Democracy Initiative.’ In 1985, he was the first director appointed by Reagan to form the United States Institute of Peace, and continued to hold that position throughout Bush and Clinton administrations. He was the co-author (with Nicholas Thompson) of ‘The Baobab and the Mango ​Tree: comparative aspects of Asian and African Development’ (New York, St. Martin’s, 2000) which focuses on the comparative effects of ​corruption in developing areas. His previous books include ‘The Philippines in Crisis’ (1992), ‘Ghana’s Foreign Policy’ (1969), ‘Lessons of Vietnam’ (1976), and ‘The Third World’ (1983).

Dr. Thompson maintained residences in Washington, Boston, and the ​Philippines, and maintained a farm in Virginia. He was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the International Institute of Strategic Studies, the Metropolitan Club (Washington), and The Country Club (Boston). He was Chairman of the Institute for Institutional Development-Burma, and of the Washington International Studies Council.

Apart from the main offices in Washington, D.C., and Boston, USA,
we have associated consulting offices in Boston, and overseas:
in Manila (Philippines), and Bali (Indonesia).