Rachel is a senior solicitor specialising in corporate and financial crime (principally cases involving fraud, international corruption, tax enforcement and money laundering), serious general crime and regulatory enforcement.
Rachel provides a range of crisis management services to individuals and companies, based in both the UK and overseas. She has significant expertise in criminal tax litigation and in cases involving fraud, insider trading, anti-trust offences, money laundering and bribery. She is also experienced in dealing with matters involving foreign and cross-border investigations, including requests for mutual legal assistance, extradition and INTERPOL Red Notices.
Rachel regularly acts for corporations, politically exposed persons (PEPs) and high-net-worth individuals, including those who are subject to multi-jurisdictional investigations.
In addition, Rachel has considerable experience in cases involving serious and historic sexual offences and violent crime. Her experience has included highly sensitive work on behalf of UK security operatives.
In Legal 500 2022, Rachel has been described as "an extremely talented prospect who is sensible and straight talking, she has a tremendously reassuring style. She is quick to the point and leaves no stone unturned. A huge asset on the team and set to be a significant player in due course". (Financial Services Contentious)
Rachel has been recognised by Chambers & Partners’ High Net Worth Guide 2021 as an Associate to watch, by Legal 500 as a key contact for tax litigation, by Who's Who Legal as a Future Leader in Investigations and is a Contributory Editor to Lloyd’s Law Reports: Financial Crime.
Made successful representations on behalf of our client who was subject to an extradition request from the Russian Federation, which resulted in his discharge.
Representing the son of a prominent Greek businessman charged with a series of offences against his former girlfriend, also from a prominent Greek family.
Acting for a UK citizen, who is subject to a US investigation into hacking and wire fraud.
Advising the directors at one of the world’s largest sports betting and gaming groups on their criminal and regulatory vulnerability in the UK following a Greek tax investigation.
Represented a high-net-worth individual prosecuted for insider dealing by the FCA.
- Bank Account Freezing
- Bribery & Corruption
- Criminal Fraud
- Criminal Restraint & Confiscation
- Cybercrime & Data Theft
- Criminal Cartels
- Employee Fraud
- Business Ethics, Human Rights and Product/Service Risk
- Money Laundering
- Private Prosecutions
- Tax Prosecutions
- General Crime
- Mutual Legal Assistance
- INTERPOL Red Notices
- Internal Investigations
- Dawn Raids
- Tax Investigations
- Unexplained Wealth Orders