Eleanor Davison has a high-profile commercial fraud and regulatory practice.
She acts for banking institutions and regulated individuals under SFO and FCA investigation. Davison is also instructed by the FCA and is on the CPS list of counsel and has been involved in many SFO cases.
She is currently acting for a leading UK bank in respect of the SFO investigation into LIBOR. Davison is also acting for a leading UK bank in respect in respect of SFO and FCA investigations into recent capital-raising activity. She has strong experience of DOJ, SEC and FED investigations and their interaction with UK investigations. Davison has particular experience of acting for banks and financial institutions caught up in fraud and money laundering. She was seconded to Group Litigation at Barclays Bank where Davison advised on a range of sanctions, legal and compliance issues. She acts in market abuse and insider-dealing cases. Davison advises on regulatory and criminal disclosure matters, the Listing Rules and Principle breaches.
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