Robin Barclay joins Outer Temple’s financial crime and regulatory enforcement group
Outer Temple Chambers has announced the appointment of Robin Barclay to its financial crime and regulatory enforcement group.
Barclay has a broad financial and regulatory crime practice, with an emphasis on market abuse, insider dealing, serious fraud, corruption and corporate crime. He is currently acting for clients in the two most high-profile insider-dealing investigations brought by the FCA to date (Operations Tabernula and Saturn) and a $1bn SFO-prosecuted real-estate fraud.
In addition, he is independent counsel in an international FCA investigation into market abuse.
Barclay is recommended in the leading legal directories and is widely regarded as a truly leading junior in his field of expertise. Chambers & Partners 2013 describes him as ‘an outstanding junior who is always prepared to go the extra mile for solicitor and client’.
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