Banking and Financial Services

"Highly skilled’ in banking disputes, especially offshore and fraud-related cases"
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Banking and Financial Services

We have a strong and growing reputation as one of the leading sets of chambers for banking and financial services litigation. Several members of Serle Court are recognised in the directories as leading practitioners in this area and our members have participated (sometimes on opposing sides) in some of the main banking and financial services cases of recent years, including the RBS Rights Issue Litigation, the Bank Charges Litigation, cases arising out of the collapse of Lehman Brothers and many misselling cases including JP Morgan Chase v Springwell Navigation Corp.

Members of Serle Court act both for and against banks and financial services companies and have experience in a wide range of banking transactions, instruments and types of dispute.

Our banking and financial services clients often appreciate our ability to couple expertise in those fields with expertise in other areas that may be relevant, such as insolvency, trusts, regulatory issues and fraud/asset recovery.

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