Non-party liability for litigation costs in flux – insolvency practices the latest in the firing line
5 December 2019
Harry specialises in banking and financial services litigation, and has experience acting for institutional investors in complex securities litigation.
After changing career, Harry qualified as a solicitor in 2017. His prior career was in Investment Banking where he spent 20 years mainly involved in the structuring and trading of structured credit and complex products.
Harry acted on the group litigation brought by a number of institutional shareholders against the Royal Bank of Scotland with regards to the 2008 RBS Rights Issue that settled in late 2016. He took on a prominent role in the case on the structured credit expert component element.
Harry is a CFA charterholder and is a member of the Junior London Solicitors Litigation Association.
Harry is a PADI scuba diving instructor. His children are keen competitive swimmers and he spends many weekends driving them to swimming competitions around the country.