Audrey is an Associate in our Banking & financial disputes team. Audrey trained at a leading Canadian law firm and is qualified in Canada and England and Wales.

Audrey holds a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a Master of Laws from the LSE. She is also fluent in French.

Before joining Collyer Bristow, Audrey worked at a leading international firm and a boutique firm in London specialising in financial disputes.

At Collyer Bristow, Audrey has acquired a broad range of commercial disputes experience, working on high-value disputes relating to loans and financial products and disputes relating to commercial agreements.

Audrey has a particular interest in the transition from LIBOR to risk-free rates.

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Audrey is an Associate in our Banking & financial disputes team. Audrey trained at a leading Canadian law firm and is qualified in Canada and England and Wales.

Audrey holds a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a Master of Laws from the LSE. She is also fluent in French.

Before joining Collyer Bristow, Audrey worked at a leading international firm and a boutique firm in London specialising in financial disputes.

At Collyer Bristow, Audrey has acquired a broad range of commercial disputes experience, working on high-value disputes relating to loans and financial products and disputes relating to commercial agreements.

Audrey has a particular interest in the transition from LIBOR to risk-free rates.

Work highlights

  • Acting for a group of investment companies in a Commercial Court claim against a global financial institution, involving various allegations of misrepresentation and fraud in connection with LIBOR manipulation.
  • Acting for a group of companies in the High Court defending a claim governed by foreign law involving allegations of breaches of distribution agreements.
  • Acting for a property business in a claim in the High Court against a financial institution involving allegations of economic duress, breaches of contract and breaches of the duty of care in tort.
  • Acting for a global financial institution in the Commercial Court defending proceedings alleging that certain financial transactions were procured by bribery.
  • Advising a global financial institution in relation to a Serious Fraud Office investigation into allegations of bribery and corruption by its employees.
  • Advising an investment fund on cross-border insolvency procedures, the appointment of liquidators by a foreign court, and recognition by foreign courts of insolvency proceedings.

Qualification date: 2016 (Canada), 2017 (England and Wales)

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