Natalie advises on claims and strategies to recover distressed debts and assets in a wide range of contexts. She is highly skilled at achieving substantial recoveries for clients and providing innovative, results-focused advice.

Natalie’s cases include advising and acting for clients in contractual claims, negligence claims against auditors and banks (Quincecare claims), and judgment recognition and enforcement matters. She has acted for clients including FTSE 100 and 250 companies, financial institutions, insolvency practitioners and creditors and directors.

Most of Natalie’s cases have an international dimension. She has worked on cases spanning Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the US and offshore jurisdictions.


  • Advised liquidators of offshore company seeking to recover investor funds dissipated in connection with multi-jurisdictional fraud
  • Acted for administrator of a global company in High Court litigation relating to €1 billion cross-border financial restructuring dispute
  • Represented trustees presiding over a bankruptcy estate involving million pounds of assets for creditors
  • Acted for creditor of alternative assets management company seeking to enforce an overseas judgment in the UK for substantial cryptocurrency debts
  • Acted for financial institution creditor on recovery of debts from a US corporation secured against $4 billion of financial securities
  • Advised owner of a major bank in dispute involving an investment treaty arbitration and related proceedings


Natalie is recognised in the Legal 500, and is the lead associate acting on the Exential multi-jurisdictional fraud case for joint liquidators as recognised by the Chambers and Partners Litigation Support Global-wide guide in the Asset Tracing & Recovery category.



Before joining Stewarts, Natalie worked at Slaughter and May. She qualified as a solicitor advocate in 2017 (Higher Courts, Civil Proceedings). Natalie holds the Certificate of Proficiency qualification in Insolvency for both corporate and personal insolvency matters.



Natalie enjoys adventure holidays, running, and sampling international cuisines.

Publications and Media

Natalie has written and commented widely about commercial and insolvency disputes in the legal and national press and at international conferences.

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Accreditations and Memberships

Natalie is a Committee Member of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and was previously President of the Junior London Solicitors Litigation Association. She was a member of the Rolls Building Disclosure Working Group responsible for drafting the Business and Property Courts disclosure rules in the UK Civil Procedure Rules.

Natalie is also a member of R3, The Insolvency Practitioners Association and the Thought Leaders 4 (Fraud, Insolvency, Restructuring, Enforcement) community.