AREA OF PRACTICE
Chloe Pawson-Pounds is a Partner in the Firm's Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group, acting for individuals and firms involved in civil, regulatory and criminal litigation, investigations and enforcement action.
Chloe’s extensive litigation experience includes acting in matters related to complex financial issues, high value contractual disputes and judicial reviews of decisions taken by financial regulators. She represents a diverse group of international clients. She is well versed in acting for clients facing potential reputational harm, with experience of bringing proceedings on an anonymised basis and of hearings conducted in private.
Chloe’s practice has an emphasis on contentious regulation, and she is regularly engaged by clients involved in investigations, enforcement actions, skilled persons reviews and other action. She has substantial experience representing senior managers in the FCA and PRA enforcement context, and has been engaged on a number of high profile and significant proceedings, including acting for a former senior executive of a major UK bank in relation to a joint PRA and FCA investigation into the collapse of the bank during the financial crisis.
Chloe has advised individuals and firms involved in public inquiry matters before Parliamentary Commissions and Committees, including those reviewing systemic conduct within the banking industry following the global financial crisis.
Chloe has also acted for individuals and firms facing criminal investigations by the SFO and HMRC and has advised on matters involving concurrent investigations by foreign regulators in jurisdictions which have included the US, Iraq, and Monaco.
Noted for her “excellent judgement and client care skills” Chloe is recommended for her work in Contentious Financial Services by The Legal 500.
Chloe is a Solicitor-Advocate with rights of audience in all civil proceedings in the higher courts.
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