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Mountford Chambers delivers a nationwide and international service to clients, who are assured quality advice, advocacy and representation at all levels.
Mountford Chambers is home to a team of specialist business crime and fraud barristers who are recognised in both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners for their notable expertise.
Members appear in a wide-range of corporate crime cases, from stock market to banking fraud, to cases involving allegations of bribery and corruption.
“Highly experienced in fraud” Legal 500 , “Members are regularly instructed to represent their clients in SFO, FCA and HMRC investigations, and count several bankers, accountants and brokers among their enviable client base” Chambers & Partners .
Mountford barristers attach great importance to offering a continuity of service – a service which begins in the first days of investigation and gives clients the confidence of knowing that they have access to expert support and advice at all times – and the highest level of representation in any court proceedings.
Known for being motivated, hard-working and technically skilled, our barristers are also adept strategists, able to plan ahead to deliver the very best advice and representation in these often high-stake proceedings.
Members are routinely engaged at the pre-charge stage of proceedings to provide tactical advice to solicitors and clients with a view to halting proceedings before they have opportunity to imbed.
Mountford Chambers is home to a team of highly responsive, experienced and knowledgeable clerks.
In a significant ruling, the High Court of the United Kingdom has rejected the first-ever court review of a UK…
The Prosecution alleged that five defendants were involved in a highly-organised and ruthless conspiracy to defraud people, by luring them…
Zayd Ahmed successfully represented the defendant in a fraud trial where the defendant had allegedly breached his position of trust…
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