Terence Mowschenson QC > Chambers of Brian Green QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Brian Green QC
Wilberforce Chambers


Terence is a chancery/commercial practitioner with extensive litigation and advisory experience in all aspects of financial and commercial matters. In particular, he has established an expertise and reputation in the fields of banking law, corporate finance and financing arrangements, civil fraud and asset recovery, company law (including shareholders agreements and disputes, stock exchange trading and broking), financial services (including disciplinary matters), insolvency, insurance, partnership and joint ventures, professional liability, and trusts (both commercial and private) including breach of trust. Terence has been admitted in the BVI and called to the East Caribbean Bar.


Qualified 1977, Middle Temple; QC 1995; assistant recorder 1998; recorder 2000; part-time chairman Financial Services and Markets Act Tribunal 2001; deputy High Court judge 2003; part-time chairman Pensions Regulator Tribunal 2005; ADR mediator; Fellow Chartered Institute of Arbitrators 1990; ad hoc admitted to the bars of Bermuda and Bahamas.


Barristers’ Benevolent Association (Chairman); Chancery Bar Association; Commercial Bar Association; International Bar Association; International Chamber of Commerce; London Court of International Arbitration; Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Fellow of the Australian Centre for International Arbitratiion.


Peterhouse; Queen Mary College, University of London (LLB Hons 1975); Exeter College, Oxford (1976 BCL); FCI Arb (1989).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Company and partnership

(Company - Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2

Terence Mowschenson QCWilberforce ChambersHe is amazingly good-humoured and inspires complete loyalty in clients.

Wilberforce Chambers has ‘great overall strength and depth in offshore expertise‘, which it deploys in a range of company law settings, including financial assistance, shareholder disputes and directors’ duties cases. In Wardour Trading Ltd v NekrichTerence Mowschenson QC represented the liquidator before the Supreme Court of Gibraltar in an action regarding alleged fraudulent trading. Marcia Shekerdemian QC is a key company and partnership law barrister, and is representing Jabac Finance in Jabac Finance Ltd, v Newman & Ors, Newman v Newman, Newman v Jabac Finance Ltd and ors; a complex dispute revolving around shareholders in a private family company.

London Bar > Commercial litigation

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 3

Terence Mowschenson QCWilberforce ChambersA fantastic lawyer – I have rarely met anyone so well able to master the minutiae of a case while never losing sight of the bigger picture, including strategic considerations.

London Bar > Financial services regulation

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 3

Terence Mowschenson QC – Wilberforce Chambers ‘Great attention to detail and very quick to identify the core issues in complex matters – a tenacious advocate.

London Bar > Offshore

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 1

Terence Mowschenson QCWilberforce ChambersFiercely intelligent, wonderfully articulate and never intimidated.

London Bar > Insolvency

(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 4

Terence Mowschenson QC – Wilberforce Chambers ‘Has a very good eye for detail.