Services

Financial Disputes
and Insolvency

We have acted for large finance institutions giving us unique experience in the market to advise individuals and companies on claims.

We appreciate that every client has different requirements and there is never a one size fits all solution. We will provide you with advice that is relevant to your dispute and needs, supporting you through the litigation process.

Our services include:

Advising account holders who have been manipulated into paying funds to a fraudster and are requiring the return of those funds.

Advising on the validity of claims involving guarantees and indemnities and the availability of defences to those claims including economic duress, undue influence and fraud.

Advising on claims involving breach of contract including breach of mandate.

Advising on mis-selling claims including breach of duty in relation to the sale of financial products including derivatives.

Advising in relation to secured and unsecured lending including mortgages and debentures.

Advising on personal and corporate insolvency including claims involving antecedent transactions.

 

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