Albert is a barrister at 4 Stone Buildings practising mainly in the fields of commercial law, banking and financial services law, company and insolvency law and civil fraud. Albert’s work often has an international or cross-border element, and his experience includes advising in relation to matters arising in offshore financial centres. Albert’s financial services experience includes disputes over: complex structured financial products; capital markets transactions; FX and CFD trading; and the mis-selling of financial products.
Albert was recently seconded to the FCA where he advised on a range of regulated activities, including electronic peer-to-peer lending platforms and collective investment schemes. He is currently a consultant barrister with the National Crime Agency, where he deals with civil asset recovery matters under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Education2011: B.A. (Hons) History and Modern Languages, University of Oxford2012: M.St. Modern Languages, University of Oxford2013: GDL, University of Law, London2014: BPTC, City University London
MembershipsChancery Bar AssociationComBarYoung International Arbitration Group