Banking and financial services

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Banking and financial services

As a consequence of the financial crisis, financial institutions are receiving excessive pressures, from both regulators and prosecutors, which have ultimately resulted in robust, strict and invasive regulations which at times hinder the materialization of our Clients envisaged commercial goals and their desire of expansion into global market players due to the creation of a general sentiment of insecurity as to the regulatory provisions, especially of, high-growth markets.

The above invasive tendency has been practically demonstrated via the conducting of investigations of multiple nature i.e. competition, global and tax investigations along with white collar accusations of corruption and fraud.

Chambersfield strives to safeguard its Clients from the unfortunate occurrence of such investigations, and, mitigate any damage that such investigations might cause on either the revenue or the reputation of the Clients. Hence we have done our best to build ,and, maintain an enhanced global network of professionals composed,inter alia, of banking litigation experts to aggressively safeguard our Clients interests and rights.

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