Robin Henry is a partner and the head of dispute resolution services at Collyer Bristow.
Robin has wide experience of financial disputes and has developed an expertise in advising clients on complex FX derivative contracts. He is experienced in advising on financial mis-selling claims and also advises clients subject to investigation by the FCA.
He also has broad experience of both contentious and non-contentious banking and insolvency matters, with an emphasis on financial markets work and distressed debt. Robin gained experience of distressed debt trading from being seconded to Morgan Stanley and has since advised clients in this area, including on Lehman and MF Global claims.
He has worked for administrators, administrative receivers and fixed charge receivers appointed in respect of numerous companies, involving both business and property sales. With regard to contentious insolvency, Robin’s experience includes actions for mortgage fraud and other claims and investigations brought by Insolvency Practitioners against companies and directors.
He has also defended directors against claims brought by IPs, negotiated on behalf of companies in debt restructuring negotiations and advised borrowers on swap misselling claims.
Robin is a member of R3 and the Insolvency Lawyers Association.
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