Raymond Cox QC > Fountain Court Chambers > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Fountain Court Chambers
FOUNTAIN COURT, TEMPLE
LONDON
EC4Y 9DH
England

Position

Barrister specialising in general commercial law, banking and finance, civil fraud, regulation, reinsurance and insurance, offshore and professional negligence.

Career

Called 1983, Gray’s Inn; ‘Law of Bank Payments’, 4th edition Sweet & Maxwell (2010); ‘Private International Law of Reinsurance and Insurance’ (Informa, 2006); ‘Commercial Court Procedure 2001’ (Sweet & Maxwell 2000).

Languages

French.

Memberships

IArb.

Education

Mansfield College, Oxford (1981 BA First Class Hons Jurisprudence – Eldon Scholar); Gray’s Inn (Arden Scholar).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Commercial litigation

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 5

Raymond Cox QCFountain Court ChambersVery experienced, and particularly well suited to legally complex cases.

London Bar > Banking and finance (including consumer credit)

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 1

Raymond Cox QCFountain Court ChambersI thoroughly recommend him for banking litigation.

London Bar > Insurance and reinsurance

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 4

Raymond Cox QCFountain Court ChambersA very impressive silk.

London Bar > Financial services regulation

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2

Raymond Cox QCFountain Court ChambersVery experienced, and a very careful and logical thinker, which results in extremely thoroughly thought-through arguments.

Asia Pacific - The English Bar > Commercial

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2

Raymond Cox QCFountain Court ChambersHe brings calm to the storm in litigation and offers unique perspectives on issues.

Members of Fountain Court Chambers are engaged for a broad array of commercial-related disputes across a range of Asia Pacific jurisdictions. The recent cyber fraud matter of Maybank v Barclays Bank, heard in the Singapore International Commercial Court and worked on by Raymond Cox QC, is an eminent example of the set’s standard of work and could potentially have ramifications on the practice of bank payments worldwide. At junior level, Andrew Pullen operates from the set’s Singapore office and is active in terms of investment treaty and banking and finance disputes, serving as both advocate and arbitrator.