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Chambers of Kevin de Haan QC and Jonathan Goulding

6-7 GOUGH SQUARE, LONDON, EC4A 3DE, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7353 0924
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Fax 020 7353 2221
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Gough Square Chambers (Chambers of Kevin de Haan QC and Jonathan Goulding), Daniel Brayley, London, ENGLAND

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Daniel Brayley

Tel:
Work 020 7353 0924
Email:
Gough Square Chambers (Chambers of Kevin de Haan QC and Jonathan Goulding)

Position

Daniel accepts instructions for advisory, drafting and court work in all of Chambers’ main practice areas. In particular Daniel is instructed by businesses to advise on all aspects of Financial Regulation and he represents a wide range of banks and financial institutions in disputes relating to the enforceability and the enforcement of credit and related agreements. Daniel has been involved with a number of securitisations and acquisitions and has experience of reviewing credit documentation. Daniel has particular specialism advising on legal issues affecting the motor industry. Additionally, Daniel has considerable experience of Regulatory defence and prosecution work and regularly appears in the Magistrates’ Court and Crown Court. Daniel is authorised to accept Direct Access instructions and will act on this basis for businesses and professionals.

Education

Queen Elizabeth’s School, Barnet; Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge MA Cantab; Diploma in German (2009); The College of Law, London: Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) (2010).


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