Anna joined Osborne Clarke as a Senior Knowledge Lawyer within the Financial Institutions Group in March 2018, where she covers 4 core service lines: Funds, Payments, Financial Regulation and Consumer Finance.
Anna's practice covers a broad range of financial services clients including FinTechs, asset managers, custodians, banks, investment platforms, payment providers and consumer finance firms. Prior to joining Osborne Clarke, Anna frequently advised on domestic and cross border insolvency, restructuring and regulatory issues and has particular expertise in assisting investors, creditors, managers and independent directors of distressed funds. She also has litigation experience in relation to fund, shareholder and financial services disputes.
Anna also has significant experience designing and delivering training programs, producing practical updates and briefing notes on key legal developments and implementing technology to provide easy access to know-how and other resources. Anna regularly comments on developments within the sphere of payments, funds, consumer credit and financial services law and regulation, and has contributed to several industry publications and public consultations.
Anna qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2009 and was admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands in 2014.
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