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Banks & financial institutions
- Litigation and dispute resolution

Recovering monies owed to an asset finance provider through a possession order

Our client, a company that provides asset finance and asset refinance to businesses, needed help dealing with a business which had defaulted on its...

Banks & financial institutions
- Litigation and dispute resolution

Successfully obtaining a freezing order to help a leading invoice finance business deal with a fraudulent debt of circa £400k

Our client, one of the leading independent invoice finance businesses in the UK, contacted us for advice on their options for dealing with a...

Banks & financial institutions
- Litigation and dispute resolution

Acting for an asset based lender who had been the victim of fraud

During one of its routine audits, our client became aware that a number of debts had been notified to it by its client pursuant...

Banks & financial institutions
- Litigation and dispute resolution

Using a freezing order to minimise a major UK clearing bank’s losses in a multi-million pound fraud

Our client, the sales finance arm of a major clearing bank in the UK, contacted us for advice on their options for dealing with...

Banks & financial institutions
- Litigation and dispute resolution

Using our commerciality to help an asset based lender mitigate a significant loss

Following the twin problems caused by the insolvency of a significant debtor and the financial troubles experienced by a key supplier to the client...

Banks & financial institutions
- Litigation and dispute resolution

Helping a secured lender to recover possession of a property

Our client, a leading bridging financier, contacted us shortly after its client failed to discharge a payment on or before its due date.

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