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The β€˜excellent’ three-partner team at Addleshaw Goddard LLP β€˜provides an exemplary level of service’, and is led by the β€˜approachable and commercial’ Sally Butt, who is β€˜a good strategic thinker’. Clients include Barclays, HSBC, Shawbrook Bank and Yorkshire Building Society. Also recommended are Ian Hastings, who is β€˜a leading light in the field’; Ben Lowans, who is β€˜an absolutely tenacious negotiator’; and legal director Lindsey Clegg, who β€˜has real knowledge of her subject’.

DLA Piper UK LLP’s β€˜first-rate team’ handles a significant amount of defendant work for clients including Aviva, Bank of Ireland, HSBC and Lloyds Banking Group. β€˜Clever tactician’ Hugh Evans recently represented RBS and National Westminster Bank against Crestsign in claims that Crestsign was negligently sold hedging products. Practice head Adam Ibrahim is β€˜a robust lawyer and a good lateral thinker’, and advised Cattles on PPI mis-selling claims.

Walker Morris LLP’s bank clients consider it β€˜a market leader’ and β€˜the first port of call’ for mortgage finance and real estate-related issues. Recommended individuals include Richard Sandford, Andrew Bennett, who is experienced in fraud investigations and professional negligence mandates, Louise Power, who has β€˜a unique combination of legal expertise and commercial sense’, and Practice head Andrew Beck, who is β€˜calmness personified’.

Andrew Breckenridge* leads DWF’s β€˜exceptional’ team and β€˜provides an impressive service, which is always ahead of the game’. The department regularly acts for banks on commercial and residential mortgage lending, mortgage fraud, product mis-selling and professional negligence matters. Clients include Lloyds Bank, Goldcrest Finance and Redstone Mortgages. *Since publication of The Legal 500 UK 2016, Andrew Breckenridge has joined Gordons LLP.

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