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Chambers of Brian Green QC
Wilberforce Chambers


Andrew’s practice covers commercial and traditional chancery work. Within these fields, he has particularly strong interests in trusts, pensions, fraud and breach of fiduciary duties, professional liability, company and partnership disputes. He is also often brought into to assist with cases involving other areas of the law most notably family, insolvency and regulatory proceedings.

Andrew enjoys both the advisory and advocacy sides of his practice and is experienced in the main forms of alternative dispute resolution.

In recent times, Andrew has gained significant experience of working on so-called ‘big money’ divorce cases involving the treatment of trust assets. He has also been instructed in many of the recent leading pension cases especially those considering the use of The Pensions Regulator’s powers.

Many of Andrew’s cases involve an international element, particularly in the context of trust disputes or fraud cases, and he has been admitted to the Bar of the Cayman Islands where he has appeared as an advocate. In the past few years, Andrew has been engaged on matters concerning proceedings in Jersey, the Isle of Man, Cyprus, Switzerland, Singapore, Bermuda, Nevis, the British Virgin Islands, several states of the USA and the Cayman Islands.


Called 2003; Lincoln’s Inn; Called to the bar of the Cayman Islands (ad hoc). Author of the chapter on money laundering in ‘The Law Society’s Probate Yearbook’ and the professional negligence chapter of ‘Cordery on Solicitors’. Author of a number of articles and regular speaker at conferences on all subjects within areas of practice.


French, Russian.


Chancery Bar Association; COMBAR; Association of Pension Lawyers; ACTAPS; Bar Pro Bono Panel.


The Manchester Grammar School; St John’s College, Cambridge (2001 MA Law First Class; Tripos prize winner); Harvard Law School (2002 LLM); Inns of Court School of Law (2003 BVC).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Pensions

(2020 Silks)Ranked: Tier 1

Andrew Mold QCWilberforce ChambersAndrew goes from strength to strength. He is a highly regarded and very well-liked member of the pensions bar. Easy to work with and technically excellent.

London Bar > Offshore

(2020 Silks)Ranked: Tier 1

Andrew Mold QCWilberforce ChambersAble to identify technical legal arguments that were missed by other leading counsel.

One of the pre-eminent offshore sets‘, Wilberforce Chambers has a presence across all of the principal offshore jurisdictions, with expertise in company-related litigation and seen as ‘one of the strongest in the area of trusts.Thomas Lowe QC, John Wardell QC and 2020 silk Andrew Mold QC are acting for different parties in a case regarding an application to wind-up the Torchlight investment fund, which is now one of the longest-running recent Cayman Island cases. Clare Stanley QC is acting for the joint official liquidators of Ardent in BDO (Cayman) Ltd v Ardent Harmony Fund Inc (in Official Liquidation), while David Phillips QC is representing the former party in the politically sensitive litigation Estate Management and Business Development Co Ltd v Namalco Construction Services Ltd & Ors. On the junior side, Graeme Halkerston continues to impress, recently acting for liquidators of Global Steel Holdings in recovery investigations.

London Bar > Private client: trusts and probate

(2020 Silks)Ranked: Tier 1

Andrew Mold QCWilberforce ChambersAndrew is an understated and very polite assassin. He brings clarity to great complexity and it is his precision that really sets him apart.

London Bar > Professional negligence

(2020 Silks)Ranked: Tier 1

Andrew Mold QCWilberforce Chambers