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Raymond Cox QC
Barrister specialising in general commercial law, banking and finance, civil fraud, regulation, reinsurance and insurance, offshore and professional negligence.
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).
Mansfield College, Oxford (1981 BA First Class Hons Jurisprudence – Eldon Scholar); Gray’s Inn (Arden Scholar).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 5 (Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 1 (Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 4 (Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2 (Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2
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.