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Year of Silk: 1993
Year of Call: 1975
ksingh@serlecourt.co.uk

Overview

Kuldip specialises in Commercial Dispute Resolution, Chancery Commercial, Company, Civil Fraud, Criminal Fraud, Banking, Financial Services, and Professional Discipline

Kuldip has over 30 years experience, and his practice involves not only litigation and advice, but also arbitration and mediation. He has a broad practice, and also sits as an arbitrator (and is a member of the London Court of International Arbitration) and mediator. He has advised and acted in international and domestic litigation on behalf of corporations (such as Nissan and Union Carbide), major banks (such as UBS, Barclays, Nat West, Coutts, and various others), major firms of accountants (such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, Arthur Andersen, Robson Rhodes, and others), trusts (based in various tax havens), major law firms, and others.

Areas of Expertise and Cases


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Commercial Litigation

Re ZZ (breach of fiduciary duties/fraud alleged against various companies and directors, and loss of up to £100 million)

Re Y (breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud alleged against company and its director)

Re Bank X (representing the interests of a bank in long running international inquiry)

Re T (representing the interests of a major law firm in litigation involving allegations of fraud)

Re XY (representing Channel Islands trustees in large commercial dispute)

Re B (representing the interests of a multi-national corporation in litigation involving allegations of fraud)

Barings/Leeson Litigation: (representing the Bank of England’s then regulator the Board of Banking Supervision)

The Maxwell Litigation: (representing the interests of Price Waterhouse, Arthur Andersen and Robson Rhodes in various parts of the relevant litigation, and the DTI Inquiry)

The Blue Arrow Litigation: (representing the interests of NatWest plc in various parts of the relevant litigation, and in the DTI Inquiries)

The Eagle Trust Litigation: (representing the interests of KPMG in various parts of the relevant litigation)

The Nissan Litigation: (representing Nissan in various parts of the relevant litigation arising out of fraud by Botnar)



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Civil Fraud

Re ZZ (breach of fiduciary duties/fraud alleged against various companies and directors, and loss of up to £100 million)

Re Y (breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud alleged against company and its director)

Re T (representing the interests of a major law firm in litigation involving allegations of fraud)

Re B (representing the interests of a multi-national corporation in litigation involving allegations of fraud)

The Nissan Litigation: (representing Nissan in various parts of the relevant litigation arising out of fraud by Botnar)


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Trusts and Probate

Re XY (representing Channel Islands trustees in large commercial dispute)


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Financial Services

Barings/Leeson Litigation: (representing the Bank of England’s then regulator the Board of Banking Supervision)


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Banking

Re Bank X (representing the interests of a bank in long running international inquiry)

Barings/Leeson Litigation: (representing the Bank of England’s then regulator the Board of Banking Supervision)

The Blue Arrow Litigation: (representing the interests of NatWest plc in various parts of the relevant litigation, and in the DTI Inquiries)


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Regulatory and Disciplinary

Barings/Leeson Litigation: (representing the Bank of England’s then regulator the Board of Banking Supervision)





All Quotes

"Kuldip Singh is a highly experienced trust litigator.  He is not only technically sound but a wise and shrewd adviser and an extraordinarily able court room advocate in trust disputes."

Boasts considerable experience in domestic and international cases, and handles a broad range of matters, including professional discipline, company, banking and general commercial disputes.

"He has a high level of commercial acumen, he's very responsive and he's a stickler for detail."

Praised for his detail-oriented approach. His practice straddles the divide between civil and criminal fraud.

"He has a high level of commercial acumen and is very responsive."

Recommendations

Trusts: Contentious (Citywealth Leaders List 2016)

Fraud: Civil (Chambers & Partners and Legal 500)

Fraud: Crime (including Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture) (Legal 500)

Professional Discipline and Regulatory Law (including Police Law) (Legal 500)

Professional Negligence (Legal 500)

Sport (Legal 500)

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Kuldip Singh QC

Kuldip Singh QC

Year of Silk: 1993
Year of Call: 1975
Email: ksingh@serlecourt.co.uk

Overview

Kuldip specialises in Commercial Dispute Resolution, Chancery Commercial, Company, Civil Fraud, Criminal Fraud, Banking, Financial Services, and Professional Discipline

Kuldip has over 30 years experience, and his practice involves not only litigation and advice, but also arbitration and mediation. He has a broad practice, and also sits as an arbitrator (and is a member of the London Court of International Arbitration) and mediator. He has advised and acted in international and domestic litigation on behalf of corporations (such as Nissan and Union Carbide), major banks (such as UBS, Barclays, Nat West, Coutts, and various others), major firms of accountants (such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, Arthur Andersen, Robson Rhodes, and others), trusts (based in various tax havens), major law firms, and others.

Areas of expertise

Recommendations

Trusts: Contentious (Citywealth Leaders List 2016)

Fraud: Civil (Chambers & Partners and Legal 500)

Fraud: Crime (including Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture) (Legal 500)

Professional Discipline and Regulatory Law (including Police Law) (Legal 500)

Professional Negligence (Legal 500)

Sport (Legal 500)

Quotes

"Kuldip Singh is a highly experienced trust litigator.  He is not only technically sound but a wise and shrewd adviser and an extraordinarily able court room advocate in trust disputes."

Boasts considerable experience in domestic and international cases, and handles a broad range of matters, including professional discipline, company, banking and general commercial disputes.

"He has a high level of commercial acumen, he's very responsive and he's a stickler for detail."

Praised for his detail-oriented approach. His practice straddles the divide between civil and criminal fraud.

"He has a high level of commercial acumen and is very responsive."

Commercial Litigation

Re ZZ (breach of fiduciary duties/fraud alleged against various companies and directors, and loss of up to £100 million)

Re Y (breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud alleged against company and its director)

Re Bank X (representing the interests of a bank in long running international inquiry)

Re T (representing the interests of a major law firm in litigation involving allegations of fraud)

Re XY (representing Channel Islands trustees in large commercial dispute)

Re B (representing the interests of a multi-national corporation in litigation involving allegations of fraud)

Barings/Leeson Litigation: (representing the Bank of England’s then regulator the Board of Banking Supervision)

The Maxwell Litigation: (representing the interests of Price Waterhouse, Arthur Andersen and Robson Rhodes in various parts of the relevant litigation, and the DTI Inquiry)

The Blue Arrow Litigation: (representing the interests of NatWest plc in various parts of the relevant litigation, and in the DTI Inquiries)

The Eagle Trust Litigation: (representing the interests of KPMG in various parts of the relevant litigation)

The Nissan Litigation: (representing Nissan in various parts of the relevant litigation arising out of fraud by Botnar)

Civil Fraud

Re ZZ (breach of fiduciary duties/fraud alleged against various companies and directors, and loss of up to £100 million)

Re Y (breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud alleged against company and its director)

Re T (representing the interests of a major law firm in litigation involving allegations of fraud)

Re B (representing the interests of a multi-national corporation in litigation involving allegations of fraud)

The Nissan Litigation: (representing Nissan in various parts of the relevant litigation arising out of fraud by Botnar)

Trusts and Probate

Re XY (representing Channel Islands trustees in large commercial dispute)

Financial Services

Barings/Leeson Litigation: (representing the Bank of England’s then regulator the Board of Banking Supervision)

Banking

Re Bank X (representing the interests of a bank in long running international inquiry)

Barings/Leeson Litigation: (representing the Bank of England’s then regulator the Board of Banking Supervision)

The Blue Arrow Litigation: (representing the interests of NatWest plc in various parts of the relevant litigation, and in the DTI Inquiries)

Regulatory and Disciplinary

Barings/Leeson Litigation: (representing the Bank of England’s then regulator the Board of Banking Supervision)

Qualifications

Barrister at Law Degree (ICSL)

Memberships

COMBAR

Chancery Bar Association

London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association

Commercial Fraud Lawyers Association

Assocation of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers

Human Rights Lawyers Association


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