Chloe advises clients on contentious regulatory and white collar crime matters, including internal and external investigations, enforcement proceedings, and related litigation. She has experience advising financial institutions, corporates, and individuals on a wide range of contentious matters, involving the Financial Conduct Authority, Serious Fraud Office, and regulators in various jurisdictions outside of the UK. Chloe’s experience includes advising on market abuse, fraud, and money laundering. She has also acted on high-profile commercial litigation arising out of contentious regulatory matters.

Before joining Morrison & Foerster, Chloe was an associate in the investigations and litigation team of a leading UK law firm, where she focused primarily on financial services contentious regulatory matters. She has undertaken secondments to the in-house litigation and regulatory enforcement team of a major European bank and the in-house legal team of a UK clearing house and trade repository.

Chloe is recommended for Financial Services: Contentious in the current edition of the UK Legal 500 (2021), where she is recognized as “quite outstanding – extremely clever, an excellent lawyer, and massively hard working. A star of the future.

Chloe studied English Literature at Durham University. She is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and is also a Solicitor-Advocate with Higher Rights of Audience (Criminal) in the courts of England and Wales. 

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