Anna has experience handling and advising on high-value commercial disputes and international arbitration proceedings across a wide range of industry sectors. Anna acts for major UK and foreign corporations, state-owned entities and high net worth individuals. Anna speaks fluent Spanish and Portuguese and regularly acts for clients based in those and other foreign jurisdictions.
Anna’s commercial practice includes banking & finance disputes involving complex financial products, investment funds and trusts; insurance disputes; directors’ duties disputes; professional negligence disputes and general commercial claims.
Anna’s most recent case work has included acting on a £100 million mis-selling claim involving alleged breaches of FSMA 2000; representing the Bank of Portugal in a jurisdictional dispute arising out of decisions taken by the bank in its capacity as Portugal’s resolution authority; acting in a multi-million pound Bermuda Form insurance coverage arbitration and representing the subsidiary of a FTSE 100 company in defending claims in excess of €30m brought by the liquidators of two offshore companies in relation to the alleged misappropriation of company assets.
Anna read Spanish and English Literature at Oxford University (St Hugh’s College).
Before joining Enyo Law, Anna trained at a London city practice and spent six months working in their Madrid office. Anna qualified as a solicitor in September 2013 following which she completed a secondment at Petrobras in Brazil.
Reported cases include
- Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation Fund & Ors v Novo Banco S.A.  UKSC 34 on appeal from  EWCA Civ 1092
- O’Keefe & Anor (In Their Capacity As Joint Liquidators of Level One Residential (Jersey) Ltd and Special Opportunity Holdings Ltd) v Caner & Ors  EWHC 1105 (Ch) (15 May 2017)
- ICC Young Arbitrators’ Forum
- LCIA Young International Arbitration Group