Ben is regularly instructed in disputes where fraud or breach of trust is a component. He has represented clients in contentious litigation at all levels, including appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Ben has particular expertise in asset-tracing and recovery, insolvency, mutual legal assistance and extradition, libel, corruption, (anti) money laundering and other quasi- criminal regulatory law. Ben’s background in company law, commercial litigation and international trusts law is highly valued by clients. In recent years, an increasing amount of Ben’s practice has been concerned with the provision of advice in the field of financial services regulation (primarily by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority) and associated licensing, risk management and anti-money laundering matters. Ben also frequently advises on duties of confidentiality and professional privilege.