The set’s members can be increasingly found on some of the most significant banking claims to hit the markets...
(Legal 500 2020)
Quadrant Chambers has invested heavily in the banking and finance arena and now boasts an impressive cohort of well-respected and highly experienced silks and juniors.
(Legal 500 2020)
... a strong stable of commercially minded banking litigators with a strong track record in major civil disputes.
(Legal 500 2019)

Banking

Banking and financial services law is a growing specialism for Quadrant Chambers, and one for which we’re acquiring a considerable reputation in the market. 

Our highly experienced barristers act for a range of national and international clients in the banking and financial services sectors, providing advocacy, advisory and drafting services.

Members of chambers have acted in banking disputes involving:

  • Loan transactions (including counterparty risk)
  • Surety arrangements (both personal and corporate)
  • Mortgages
  • Equipment, aircraft and ship finance agreements
  • Letters of credit
  • Bills of exchange
  • Performance bonds
  • Letters of comfort
  • Structured financial products (including swaps and derivatives)
  • International debt products and product lines
  • Rating agencies
  • LIBOR and FOREX manipulation

Members of chambers have acted in financial services disputes involving:

  • Misrepresentation and mis-selling claims
  • Regulatory investigations
  • Negligence claims against professionals
  • Claims involving domestic and international financial services regulations, including the FCA rules
  • Claims arising under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000
  • Consumer Credit Act claims.

Both banking and financial services disputes dovetail with other areas where Quadrant has considerable expertise.

Members appear regularly in the High Court and Court of Appeal in England. Their banking practices have taken them to jurisdictions including New York, the Cayman Islands, the BVI, the Isle of Man, the Channel Islands, Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore, as well as several European jurisdictions.