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Andrew Mold

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Wilberforce Chambers (Chambers of Michael Furness QC)


Barrister specialising in commercial and Chancery litigation and advice, especially trusts (onshore and offshore), pensions, wills, company and partnership law, fraud, professional negligence, financial services, property and commercial contracts. Cases include: in the matter of Nortel Gmbh and others and in the matter of Lehmann Brothers International (Europe) and others; Re the Nortel Networks UK Pensions Plan; EMI Pension Plan; the Pilots litigation; Cemex UK Marine Ltd v MNOPF Trustees Ltd; Charman v Charman; Rybolovlev v Rybolovlev; Ackerman v Ackerman; Merchantbridge and Co v Safron General Partner 1; Sagicor (Cayman) Ltd v Hurlstone; Hammonds v Danilunas; Ross River Ltd v Cambridge City Football Club Ltd; in the matter of an application for information about a trust (Court of Appeal Bermuda) IBM United Kingdom Holdings Ltd v Dalgleish; Honda v Powell.


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 Pensions Lawyers; Bar Pro Bono Panel; ACTAPS.


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).

London Bar


Within: Offshore – Leading juniors

Andrew Mold - Wilberforce ChambersAlso admitted to the Cayman Bar, his work includes cases with matrimonial elements.

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Within: Pensions – Leading juniors

Andrew Mold - Wilberforce ChambersHe is rock solid on the law while remaining very commercial.

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Private client: trusts and probate

Within: Private client: trusts and probate – Leading juniors

Andrew Mold - Wilberforce ChambersYou can be confident that he will find the answer to the most complicated of cases.

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Professional negligence

Within: Professional negligence – leading juniors

Andrew Mold - Wilberforce ChambersHe is clever and diligent.

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