Knowledge Of Counsel
Claire is a lawyer in the banking and finance knowledge team, based in the London office of Norton Rose Fulbright LLP. Her role as Knowledge Of Counsel includes running legal training for lawyers internally, assisting on legal and transactional queries and keeping lawyers across the banking and finance practice updated on current legal and commercial issues. On the client knowledge side she assists with client training, requests for knowledge support and on various client knowledge products.
Claire trained with the practice and qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2002. From 2002-2007, she worked in asset finance, spending four years in one of the London teams and one year seconded to a client in Paris before moving over to the knowledge team in 2007.
Our 2018 client webinar series looks at the key changes ahead for the banking and finance industry, from Brexit to blockchain..
Focus on BEPS and banking transactions
On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom (the UK) will vote on whether to remain in or leave the European Union (the EU). Brexit has become the popular term coined by the media for the scenario in which the UK votes to “leave” or “exit” the EU in the referendum in June. A similar term (Grexit) has been used when there has been speculation in the past about a possible exit by Greece from the EU. The political and economic debate around a Brexit has been in the UK headlines for some time. As the referendum date approaches, Brexit is also now hitting global headlines and the United States (the US) has been one of the most prominent countries contributing to the wider global debate..
May 18, 2016
The Eurozone continues to be a hot topic in 2015 and current economic problems in the Eurozone could affect our clients in a variety of ways, both direct and indirec.
June 29, 2015