Creative problem solvers for complex financial claims.
Although it occurred over a decade ago, the economic world is still feeling the ripple effects of the 2008 financial crisis today. Whilst the climate has stabilised, the resulting rigorous scrutiny of financial institutions and now the added pressure of Brexit uncertainty have undoubtedly contributed to a rising number of disputes. Pursuing a claim can be stressful and overwhelming. You need a team with the knowledge and expertise to guide you swiftly through the process, providing you with innovative and commercially focused solutions to achieve the best possible outcome for your business.
Our Banking & financial disputes team works with entities interacting with banks and other large financial institutions, predominantly as claimants, in disputes over benchmark manipulation, investments, structured finance, derivatives, loans, guarantees and other forms of security. Our clients include UK and offshore companies, financial institutions, hedge funds, finance industry professionals and high net worth investors. Distinctively, we are a “conflict of interest free” team which means we can take on claims against any of the major banks or financial institutions.
Our team is made up of creative problems solvers with particular expertise in pursuing high value and complex claims which often involve an international element. We integrate with your team, working with you closely to gain a thorough understanding of the specifics of your business so we can devise a uniquely tailored strategy which aligns with your wider commercial interests. We pride ourselves on our commitment to finding new and better ways to help our clients resolve their disputes and move their businesses forward.
LIBOR transition & loans: what borrowers need to know
The FCA is phasing out LIBOR by 2021. This is a significant change for borrowers; understanding and planning for the impact on your business is key to avoiding costly disputes. Our guide provides an overview of the changes and what borrowers should be doing now.