Clare Baker started her professional career as a City solicitor at Simmons & Simmons, qualifying into its finance and insurance litigation department.
During her time in private practice, she acted for banks, insurance companies and other corporates on complex and often multi-jurisdictional disputes.
As a junior barrister, Baker’s practice embraces a range of banking and business law, including: partnership disputes, professional negligence claims, trusts disputes, contractual disputes, PPI mis-selling claims and insolvency. Baker has rights of audience in the Dubai International Financial Court (DIFC) and is a member of COMBAR.
She has recently completed a secondment to the FSA’s enforcement division where she worked on two major investigations. She regularly advises clients on the impact of FSMA and the FSA rules.
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