Rebecca has acted on matters including contractual disputes, financial services litigation, regulatory investigations, fraud and economic tort claims, shareholder and joint venture disputes, enforcement matters, and general commercial litigation.
Before joining Ogier in 2018, Rebecca was part of the disputes team at White & Case LLP in London. Prior to that Rebecca trained at Dechert LLP in London, and joined their Complex Commercial Litigation department on qualification in 2014.
Some examples of recent matters that Rebecca has worked on, including some prior to joining Ogier, are:
- Acting for Abraaj Private Equity Fund IV LP in respect of numerous complex issues arising out of the collapse of the Abraaj Group
- Representing a shareholder in a large telecommunications company in relation to an injunction obtained in BVI proceedings
- Advising a financial institution on the enforcement of an English judgment and related committal proceedings
- Representing a Georgian bank in a successful application to have receivers appointed by the English Court in support of foreign proceedings
- Representing an international investment bank in regulatory enforcement proceedings concerning the adequacy of AML / KYC systems and controls
- Representing a multi-national corporate on potential bribery and corruption offences in connection with facilitation payments overseas
- Advising a Gulf bank on proceedings relating to a US$90 million failed investment project in Turkey
In 2016/17, Rebecca was seconded for nine months to the Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement team of a global investment bank. She has also spent time as a Legal secondee in the Enforcement Division of the United Kingdom Financial Conduct Authority.
Rebecca received her Bachelor of Arts in Jurisprudence from Oxford University in the UK in 2010.
2014 - England and Wales (non practising)
2018 - Cayman Islands