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Jason Mansell and Lucy J. Kennedy boost Business Crime and Financial Regulatory Practice at QEB Hollis Whiteman

Jason Mansell has joined QEB Hollis Whiteman and Lucy J. Kennedy has returned to the set to reinforce its leading Business Crime and Regulatory practice. 

Jason Mansell 

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Jason, who has advised in an exceptional number of investigations and enquiries, is uniquely ranked in both Financial Services and Criminal Fraud (Band 1) in Chambers UK.  

A defence specialist in FCA and professional disciplinary litigation and business-related crime, drawing on his experience as a regulator, prosecutor and senior lawyer at Allen & Overy LLP, Jason defends individuals and corporates. He has been instructed in 14 criminal investigations and enquiries for insider dealing, market abuse and market manipulation.

Jason has advised firms and individuals in relation to more than 85 FCA (formerly FSA) enforcement investigations and associated proceedings in the RDC, Upper Tribunal and High Court. Many of his instructions result in no public outcome, preserving confidentiality.


Lucy J. Kennedy

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Lucy returns after a spell with regulators which included leading a complex SFO investigation.

A highly experienced barrister specialising in financial criminal and regulatory breaches, Lucy provides consultancy and advocacy assistance to individual, corporate, professional and lay clients. 

A civil law solicitor from 1995 until being called to the Bar in 2000; following years largely spent prosecuting in Crown Courts, Lucy worked in-house with the Financial Services (now Conduct) Authority before moving to the Serious Fraud Office where she headed a vast and complex banking investigation.

Lucy has now returned to QEB Hollis Whiteman with an uncommon range of experience, providing not only intricate advocacy but also financial conduct guidance including advice, analysis, audit direction/supervision, compliance scrutiny, strategic sanctions guidance and pre-emptive staff training. 


For further information or to contact Jason or Lucy please call 020 7933 8855 or email Chris Emmings, Senior Clerk, chris.emmings@qebhw.co.uk.
Lucy Kennedy

Notable cases:

FCA v Z (ongoing) (2015)
Individual being disciplined by the FCA for market abuse 

FRC v Z (ongoing) (2015)
Acting for FD of PLC in connection with FRC disciplinary investigation

FCA-v-M LTD (ongoing) (2015)
Acting for an insurance company in connection with allegations of misselling.     

FCA v X (ongoing) (2015)
Senior manager being disciplined by FCA for alleged Libor manipulation and oversight failings

SFO-v-Y Plc (ongoing) (2015)
Advising a bank in connection with the SFO’s investigation of forex

SFO v X (ongoing) (2015)
Advising an individual in connection with the SFO’s investigation of Libor.    

FCA-v-Capital Alternatives et al (2014) (on appeal) (2014)
Acting for D1-D8 in FCA perimeter action in High Court involving alleged collective alleged investment schemes.  &n

SFO v Y PLC (2014)
Acted for bank in connection with allegation of overseas bribery

FCA v X PLC (2013)
Acted for PLC in connection with alleged breaches of Listing Rules – no action taken

FCA v Y (2013)
CEO cleared of market abuse before RDC

Re J (2013)
Advised the Managing Director of a company in respect of a US/UK investigation in relation to alleged breaches of Iranian sanctions. No action taken

Re C (2013)
Advised an Iranian citizen resident in the UK who was being "cold shouldered" by financial institutions as a result of sanctions


No safe havens? Pt2. Corporate facilitation of tax evasion: the new frontier.
Part 2 of a special two part analysis published by the New Law Journal on 17.11.2017 (www.NewLawJournal)
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No safe havens? Pt1.Corporate facilitation of tax evasion: the new frontier.
Part 1 of a special two part analysis published by the New Law Journal on 10.11.2017 (www.NewLawJournal)
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Lexis PSL Corporate Crime analysis – Jason Mansell and Polly Dyer review trends in the prosecution of directors