We have a broad range of experience advising and acting in matters relating to retail and investment banking, financial transactions and financial services regulation.
In retail banking matters, Lamb Chambers barristers deal with issues relating to mortgages, securities, consumer credit agreements, payment disputes, e-banking bonds and guarantees. We also have a great deal of experience dealing with debt-factors and asset based lending disputes.
We provide advice in relation to the regulation of financial services under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”) and associated legislation.
Members of Lamb Chambers' Commercial Group have become increasingly involved in litigation between SMEs and the major banks over the sale of finance linked interest rate swaps and derivatives and implementation of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and the FCA Handbook, including the COBS rules.
We also have experience of acting in complaints to the Financial Ombudsman for financial institutions and customers alike.