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Baker McKenzie
100 NEW BRIDGE STREET
LONDON
EC4V 6JA
England

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London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail

Baker McKenzie acts for large financial institutions and has a highly rated investigations practice. The firm’s well-known administrative and public law team also assists the practice when acting for significant public and regulatory bodies in the banking sector. Co-head of the global financial institutions disputes group, Hugh Lyons, has extensive experience of high-profile and high-value banking and finance disputes, and much of his work arises from disputed financing transactions, restructuring and insolvency, fraud, and financial misconduct. Jonathan Peddie was recently appointed as the firm’s global head of financial institutions. Other names to note are the ‘top-quality‘ Edward Poulton and Francesca Richmond, while Marc Florent, who specialises in all contentious aspects of structured finance and insolvency, recently joined from Allen & Overy LLP.

London > Risk advisory > Regulatory investigations and corporate crime

Baker McKenzie‘s tier one corporate crime practice handles a full range of matters ranging from internal and regulatory investigations through to bribery prevention, compliance and advisory work. The firm’s broad geographic spread means the ‘extremely knowledgeable‘ team has extensive experience with both UK Bribery Act and US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act matters. The team is multi-disciplinary and includes experts in criminal and civil litigation as well as practices such as employment, IP, financial services, EU and competition. Key practitioner Charles Thomson advises corporates in relation to fraud, asset tracing, money laundering, health and safety, environmental infringements, tax violations, bribery and corruption.  The practice also benefits from the in-house experience of  disputes partner Jonathan Peddie , who joined in 2015 from Barclays , where he held roles including global head of financial crime, legal. The firm often deals with regulators including the FCA, SFO, Europol and HMRC.

London > Corporate and commercial > Financial services: contentious

Baker McKenzie ‘s financial services team is part of the firm’s wider banking & finance practice, which also covers work including acquisition finance and project finance matters, in addition to regulatory and financial disputes work.  In the payment area the firm acts for a range of clients including banks, card issuers and acquirers, as well as payment institutions and e-money issuers, notably in relation to cross-border issues. Mark Simpson leads the team and specialises in multijurisdictional matters related to new product offerings, conduct of business issues, prudential requirements and regulatory reform. The contentious practice is integrated with the non-contentious regulatory department and works across a range of banking and financial services disputes, FCA enforcement cases and internal and external investigations; Jonathan Peddie is well regarded in this area. The  overall finance team has been strengthened by the arrivals of structured finance transactions expert Matthew Dening, who joined the firm from Sidley Austin LLP; Philip Annett, who joined from Allen & Overy LLP and has notable regulatory experience, including stints at the SFO and FCA; and Caitlin McErlane, who arrived from Sidley Austin LLP and specialises in advising fund managers. Arun Srivastava left for Paul Hastings LLP in 2018.

London > Corporate and commercial > Financial services: non-contentious/regulatory

Baker McKenzie ‘s financial services team is part of the firm’s wider banking & finance practice, which also covers work including acquisition finance and project finance matters, in addition to regulatory and financial disputes work.  In the payment area the firm acts for a range of clients including banks, card issuers and acquirers, as well as payment institutions and e-money issuers, notably in relation to cross-border issues. Mark Simpson leads the team and specialises in multijurisdictional matters related to new product offerings, conduct of business issues, prudential requirements and regulatory reform. The contentious practice is integrated with the non-contentious regulatory department and works across a range of banking and financial services disputes, FCA enforcement cases and internal and external investigations; Jonathan Peddie is well regarded in this area. The  overall finance team has been strengthened by the arrivals of structured finance transactions expert Matthew Dening, who joined the firm from Sidley Austin LLP; Philip Annett, who joined from Allen & Overy LLP and has notable regulatory experience, including stints at the SFO and FCA; and Caitlin McErlane, who arrived from Sidley Austin LLP and specialises in advising fund managers. Arun Srivastava left for Paul Hastings LLP in 2018.