• Acting for Australian noteholders in the landmark Belmont Park case brought in England to establish payment priority under a US$12.5 billion Lehman synthetic CDO program and coordinating parallel proceedings in the New York Bankruptcy Court and District Court.
  • Representing a major international bank in related proceedings in New York and Tanzania courts arising out the financing of a power plant in Dar-es-Salaam.
  • Conducting various regulatory, governance and compliance investigations and reviews for financial institutions.
  • Providing global FATCA and privacy advice to leading financial institutions.
  • Advising a major UK lender in connection with an investigation of mortgage fraud in a portfolio of in excess of 400 mortgages on ‘buy to let’ properties.
  • Representing two major banks in relation to a US$2 billion swap dispute in Italy.
  • Advising a Russian bank in relation to several arbitrations and in obtaining injunctive relief in connection with a number of credit default swaps.
  • Representing a major international bank in related proceedings in London and the UAE in a US$120 million claim arising out of disputed title to an oil cargo.
  • Advising an international banking group in relation to a €140 million claim in respect of a high profile takeover of a financial institution by a banking consortium.
  • Acting for a financial services group in relation to payment protection insurance claims, advising on the implementation of a root cause analysis, the British Bankers’ Association Review and representing the firm in a related dispute with its insurers regarding its customer redress programme.
  • Conducting an investigation for an international bank in relation to forex trading with a major Chinese company and advising on a related HKSFC and Commercial Crime Bureau investigations.
  • Acting in parallel litigation and arbitration proceedings relating to a large international Ponzi scheme involving entities in Liechtenstein, Cyprus, and St Vincent & the Grenadines, resulting in a multi-million RICO judgment in the US.
  • Advising a major international bank in connection with theft, fraud and money laundering involving funds misappropriated in South Africa and wired through Hong Kong and thereafter layered through various banks in a number of jurisdictions.
  • Representing the United States Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as receiver for numerous failed banks throughout the United States in post-insolvency disputes regarding capitalization, ownership of assets and similar matters.