Chris Busby > Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
B3 3AL
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Chris is a partner in our Financial Institutions Group and leads Eversheds’ Retail Finance Sector Group.

Chris has 20 years experience and specialises in contentious banking work including regulatory projects and litigation. He leads a team of 20 lawyers. Chris’s clients include HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Nationwide Building Society, Santander, Tesco Bank and TSB.

Chris has experience of dealing with issues concerning a wide range of products including unsecured and secured lending, current accounts and savings and protection products and pensions. Chris also has wide experience of commercial lending issues including issues concerning construction of facility agreements, security problems and professional negligence claims.

Chris is a member of the BBA’s complaint handling committee and regularly speaks on topics concerning complaints issues. He has handled many root cause analysis projects and past business reviews including major projects concerning consumer credit, mortgages and PPI.

Chris has handled various aspects of all the major mis-selling issues of the past 15 years including the pensions review, overdraft and credit card charges, endowment mortgages and PPI. Chris advises on contentious issues concerning the Consumer Credit Act including the implications of the CONC rules.

Chris is an expert on issues concerning the Financial Ombudsman Service and Claims Management Companies, advising regularly on difficult areas and new trends.

He is regarded by Chambers and Partners (2015) as a leading individual. Chambers states, "[Chris] is highly regarded for his vast dispute resolution experience, including specialist banking litigation and regulation expertise.” The team Chris leads is ranked in Tier 1 of both Chambers and Legal 500 for banking disputes :“Very proactive' team always goes the extra mile to share industry knowledge and insight'. It handles the market’s largest financial disputes.”