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AREAS OF PRACTICE
Corporate Banking→ Banking and Finance → International Taxation→ Business Affairs Transactions → Privy Council → General Litigation
Steven is a corporate and international finance lawyer with in-depth experience of law and its application in corporate and commercial transactions, dispute resolution and investment activities. He has advised and assisted clients on various UK and cross border dispute resolution matters, mergers and acquisitions, reorganisations, joint ventures as well as taking a key role in negotiating and drafting international commercial agreements.
Admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 2010
(LL.B (Hons.) from University of Hull
Pg. Dip. Legal Practice from University of Oxford
LL.M -Master of Laws in International Finance and Securities law from University of London, Kings and Queen Mary Colleges
MBA Finance (Bradford) – Triple Crown Accreditation
BA Hons. in Economics and Law from London Guildhall University
Licence degree in Administration Economique et Social (AES) from University of Paris V-Rene Descartes (France) respectively
Steven has over 15 years of legal experience working for a variety of city firms in the UK including Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Linklaters, Sullivan and Cromwell and Herbert Smith. He also has a number of years general business experience including a period as the CEO of an offshore management company specialising in the administration of trusts funds and offshore companies in Mauritius.
Steven is a visiting lecturer in Corporate and Commercial Law at a Holborn based business school alongside his work as a lawyer. He has worked for prestigious institutions such as the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in the fields of EU Competition and Financial Law and the International Defence Attorneys Association.
In September 2012 Steven compiled a country report entitled “Business in Mauritius 2012″ on behalf of the British publisher Global Investment I, which was published in the UK Sunday Telegraph Newspaper. He was also elected Freeman for the City of London Solicitors’ Company.