Natalie specialises in white-collar crime and investigations, with extensive experience of advising both corporations and individuals facing scrutiny by law enforcement agencies and regulatory bodies.
Natalie Sherborn’s knowledge of cross-border investigations and managing global investigations is significant.
Ability to advise both corporates and individuals is a strength.
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Hugo specialises in delivering technology backed legal services, and in the development and delivery of legal technology solutions for clients in the Financial Services sector. Hugo has acted for banks on major structural reform programmes and advises on transactional work across the credit spectrum from multi-jurisdictional leveraged loans to UK bilateral lending arrangements.