Daniel Edmonds

Daniel Edmonds

Call 2010

"Talented, focused, hard working and of talent beyond his years of call."


The Legal 500 (Banking & Finance)

For enquiries please contact

Alfie Harper

Alfie Harper
Team Leader
+44 (0)20 7842 3806
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Sam McCrone
Team Leader's Assistant
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Expertise

Daniel has a wide range of experience in banking and finance litigation and is regularly instructed by major retail, commercial and investment banks to both advise and appear in interlocutory matters, trials and appeals. With a background in economics, he is particularly experienced in cases involving more complex financial products and quantitative material. He has appeared as sole advocate on banking matters in the County Courts, High Court and the Court of Appeal, advises in relation to FCA compliance and investigations and on matters offshore, and is registered to appear in the DIFC.

Notable Banking & Finance Cases


Banco Central de Venezuela v Bank of England & Ors (CL-2020-000304; CL-2019-000303)

Acting (with Richard Lissack QC et al) for one of the two competing Boards of the Central Bank of Venezuela in an ongoing dispute as to which is properly authorised to give instructions in relation to: (i) €2 billion of gold stored in the vaults of the Bank of England; and (ii) instructions to act on an LCIA arbitration. An expedited Commercial Court trial of remitted issues is listed for July 2022.


FX market manipulation Litigation (CL-2020-00736; CL-2018-000840)

Acting (with Marie Demetriou QC, Colin West QC et al) in 2 separate multi-billion pound Commercial Court claims against international banks following widespread allegations and findings of manipulation within the foreign exchange market.


SKAT v Solo Capital Ltd & Ors [2022] EWCA Civ 234; [2021] EWHC 1222 (Comm); [2021] EWHC 974 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 1658 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 2022 (Comm)

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) on behalf of one of the defendant groups in the preparation of their defence of a c.£1.3 billion Commercial Court claim arising from an alleged ‘cum/ex’ dividend trading fraud.  Daniel acted as sole counsel on multiple interlocutory matters including the return date for a freezing injunction; interlocutory relief pursuant to the stakeholder jurisdiction; and at first instance and in the Court of Appeal on a trial of preliminary issues of private international law.


Qatar v Emirates NBD PJSC & Anr (CL-2020-000732)

Acting (with Richard Handyside QC) for a Middle Eastern bank following allegations of alleged manipulation of foreign exchange rates and forward markets as a part of an alleged international multi-billion-dollar unlawful conspiracy against the state of Qatar.


WBE v (1) NRL; (2) YIZ (Commercial Court 2021 - confidential)

Acting (with Adrian Beltrami QC, Peter De Verneuil Smith QC et al) in obtaining an ex parte commercial court injunction in aid of foreign proceedings following the making of a $800 million margin call by a mainstream bank. With an injunction obtained in July 2021, proceedings are ongoing.


Global Capital Fund v Lodha Developers UK Ltd & Ors (CL-2020-000769)

Advising (as sole counsel) a BVI investment fund in relation to potential civil liabilities, regulatory issues and causes of action relating to a $35 million corporate bond investment (settled in 2021).


Bank Mellat v HM Treasury [2018] EWHC 2568 (Comm)

Instructed (with Tim Young QC, Michael McClaren QC and Nicholas Vineall QC et al) on behalf of the claimant bank in its Commercial Court claim for $4 billion in damages against the UK Government for breach of its ECHR rights caused by unlawful sanctions. One of The Lawyer’s ‘Top 20 Cases’ of 2017, the case settled on the first day of trial in June 2019.


Greenwood v Goodwin (the RBS Shareholders' litigation) (HC13 F01247; HC13 D01192; HC14 F01704

Acting as a part of the trial team (led by David Railton QC) and preparing the bank’s defence relating to its £8 billion Rights Issue in 2008. Specifically, Daniel was engaged throughout 2016 and 2017 in the preparation (as sole junior) of the bank’s defence in relation to the RBS Group’s c.£100 billion of credit market exposures and (with Simon Hatton) in its c.£400 billion liquidity and funding profile. One of The Lawyer’s ‘Top 20 Cases’ of 2017, this matter settled on the first day of trial.


Mcgraw-Hill International (UK) Ltd v Deutsche Apotherker & Ors [2015] EWHC 451 (Comm)

Acting (with Richard Handyside QC and Nik Yeo) for a major investment bank on a number of linked Commercial Court claims (valued in excess of €200 million) concerning the development, rating, and sale of synthetic structured finance products (“CPDOs”). 


Patel v NatWest [2015] EWCA Civ 332

Appeared as sole advocate on behalf of the Respondent bank in the Court of Appeal, successfully resisting an appeal against a decision refusing late amendment of a claim regarding late payment of a cheque.


JP Morgan v BVG (Commercial Court - HC08 F01052)

Acting (in a team led by Laurence Rabinowitz QC and whilst seconded to Linklaters LLP) in a c.$210 million commercial court claim concerning the sale of a synthetic collateralised debt obligation (“CDO”) transaction. One of The Lawyer’s ‘Top 20 Cases’ of 2014, this matter settled mid-way through a 6 week trial.


Interest rate swaps litigation

From 2013 through to 2017 Daniel was regularly instructed (both as sole counsel and with others from within and outside of Fountain Court chambers) by Barclays and Natwest in relation to substantial (multi-million pound) claims in the High Court (Commercial and Chancery Divisions) defending allegations of mis-selling of interest rate hedging products.

Daniel has a particular interest and experience in civil fraud claims, and is regularly instructed to advise and appear on claims involving allegations of dishonest behaviour and contingent interlocutory relief, including freezing and proprietary injunctions. 

Most notably, he has recently appeared unled in a four-day preliminary issue trial in the Commercial Court in SKAT v Solo Capital Ltd & Ors [2021] EWHC 974 (Comm), a c.£1.3 billion claim raising nearly every available civil fraud cause of action and arising from an alleged ‘cum/ex’ dividend fraud and one of The Lawyer‘s ‘Top 20 Cases’ of 2021. (See also: [2022] EWCA Civ 234SKAT v Solo & Ors (one of The Lawyer‘s ‘Top Appeals’ of 2022)).

Notable Civil Fraud Cases


SKAT v Solo Capital Ltd & Ors [2022] EWCA Civ 234; [2020] EWHC 1658 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 2022 (Comm)

Acting (with Patricia Robertson QC) on behalf of a co-defendant group in the preparation of their defence of a c.£1.3 billion Commercial Court claim for damages (plus other relief) arising from allegations of fraud, conspiracy, dishonest and knowing assistance plus proprietary relief, including appearing (as sole advocate against leading counsel) on multiple return dates in relation to a worldwide freezing order and proprietary injunction, general case management, and interlocutory relief pursuant to the stakeholder jurisdiction (as well as at first instance and in the Court of Appeal on a trial considering issues of private international law).


Al Najjar & Ors v Majeed & Ors (BL 2020-000952)

Advising (as sole counsel) defendant individuals and corporates on the discharge of a domestic freezing order and appointment of receivers following the issuance of a debarral Order ([2022] EWHC 926 Ch).


Oleg Deripaska v Chernukhin [2021] JCA 206

Advising (with Richard Lissack QC et al) and preparing the written submissions on behalf of the successful respondent in both the Royal Court of Jersey and the Jersey Court of Appeal on interlocutory issues arising as a part of a substantial and ongoing multi-jurisdictional claim involving allegations of dishonesty and misleading the Court.


AIML & Ors v KPMG & Ors [2021] DIFC CFI-041-2021 (3 Nov 2021)

Acting (with Anneliese Day QC) in a c.£1.6 billion claim in the DIFC against the former auditors of what was the largest private equity group in the Middle East prior to its collapse as an alleged fraudulent ponzi scheme, including success in a substantial jurisdiction challenge before Justice Wayne Martin (Order with Reasons dated 3 Nov 2021)).


WBE v (1) NRL; (2) YIZ (Commercial Court 2021 - confidential)

Acting (with Adrian Beltrami QC, Peter De Verneuil Smith QC et al) in obtaining an ex parte commercial court injunction in aid of domestic and foreign proceedings following an alleged procurement of breach of contract and lawful means conspiracy by a global bank.


Qatar v Emirates NBD PJSC (CL-2020-000732)

Instructed (with Richard Handyside QC) by a Middle Eastern bank in relation to private international law and potential civil liability following allegations of unlawful means conspiracy and unlawful interference arising from the alleged manipulation of exchange rates and forward markets as a part of an alleged international multi-billion-dollar unlawful conspiracy against the state of Qatar.


Bogolyubov v Kolomoisky (Isle of Man Court of General Gaol Delivery – 2019)

Instructed (with Richard Lissack QC) to advise and prepare written submissions for a successful application to discharge an asset restraint order made pursuant to the Isle of Man Proceeds of Crime Act 2008.


Wojakovski v Matyas & Ors (BL- 2018 – 000544)

Instructed as sole counsel on behalf of an alleged de facto director in a substantial High Court claim alleging unfair prejudice and the fraudulent breach of directors’ duties in relation to a multi-million-pound company.


CMOC Sales & Marketing Ltd v Persons unknown (CL-2017-000652)

Acting for a respondent bank to a Norwich Pharmacal application made following a substantial alleged fraud (in which the Commercial Court confirmed, for the first time, that the court has a jurisdiction to make freezing orders against persons unknown).


Boreh v Djibouti [2015] EWHC 769 (Comm)

Acting (in a team led by Lord Falconer) in a high-profile hearing before Flaux J (as he was then) relating to an application to set-aside a freezing order and proprietary injunction following allegations that a solicitor had deliberately misled the Commercial Court as to the dating of a terrorist incident.

Daniel has a wide range of experience of domestic and international commercial litigation. Whilst the majority of his domestic practice is now in the Commercial Court, he has substantial experience of other divisions of the High Court, the Court of Appeal, and courts and tribunals overseas. He has a particular interest in civil procedure, and is currently co-authoring a textbook (to be published by the Oxford University Press) on the Law and Practice of Service in Civil Proceedings.

Notable Commercial Disputes Cases


SKAT v Solo Capital Ltd & Ors [2022] EWCA Civ 234; [2021] EWHC 1222 (Comm); [2021] EWHC 974 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 1658 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 2022 (Comm)

Instructed (with Patricia Robertson QC) on behalf of a co-defendant group in the preparation of their defence of a c.£1.3 billion Commercial Court claim relating for of damages (plus other relief) arising from allegations of fraud, conspiracy, dishonest and knowing assistance plus proprietary relief, including appearing (as sole advocate against leading counsel) on multiple return dates in relation to a worldwide freezing order and proprietary injunction, general case management, and interlocutory relief pursuant to the stakeholder jurisdiction (as well as at first instance and in the Court of Appeal on a trial considering issues of private international law).


AIML v KPMG [2021] DIFC CFI-041-2021 (3 Nov 2021)

Acting (with Anneliese Day QC) in a c.£1.6 billion claim in the DIFC against the former auditors of what was the largest private equity group in the Middle East prior to its collapse as an alleged fraudulent ponzi scheme, including success in a substantial jurisdiction challenge before Mr Justice Wayne Martin (Order with Reasons dated 3 Nov 2021).


Banco Central de Venezuela & Ors v Bank of England & Ors (CL-2020-000304; CL-2019-000303)

Acting (with Richard Lissack QC et al) for one of the two competing Boards of the Central Bank of Venezuela in an ongoing dispute as to which is properly authorised to give instructions in relation to: (i) €2 billion of gold stored in the vaults of the Bank of England; and (ii) instructions to act on an LCIA arbitration. An expedited Commercial Court trial of remitted issues is listed for July 2022.


FX market manipulation Litigation (CL-2020-00736; CL-2018-000840)

Acting (with Marie Demetriou QC, Colin West QC et al) in 2 separate multi-billion pound Commercial Court claims against international banks following widespread allegations and findings of manipulation within the foreign exchange market.


Wismayer v Smart Hosted Solutions Ltd (CL-2020-000188)

Instructed as sole counsel on behalf of the claimant in a Commercial Court claim for payments due under loan agreements relating to a prospective international joint venture. Successfully compromised in the spring of 2021. 


Valero Energy Ltd (2018 ongoing)

Regularly instructed by the UK’s largest oil-refinery in respect of various commercial disputes, including: (i) as sole counsel in defending an allegedly £1.5 million claim in contract and unjust enrichment relating to the installation of specialist engineering equipment; (ii) acting (with James Cutress QC) on an LCIA governed arbitration relating to funds due under a Participation Agreement for the operation of a pipeline system; and (iii) as sole counsel advising in respect of a multi-million power claim arising following interruption to a power supply in the summer of 2019.


Closegate (Durham No.2) Ltd v Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP (CL-2019-000733)

Instructed (with Mark Simpson QC) in the defence of a c.£25 million Commercial Court claim in professional negligence arising from legal services provided relating to litigation following the development of the Radisson Blu hotel in Durham.


Bank Mellat v HM Treasury [2018] EWHC 2568 (Comm)

Instructed (with Tim Young QC, Michael McClaren QC and Nicholas Vineall QC et al) on behalf of the claimant bank in its Commercial Court claim for $4 billion in damages against the UK Government for breach of its ECHR rights caused by unlawful sanctions. One of The Lawyer’s ‘Top 20 Cases’ of 2017, the case settled on the first day of trial in June 2019.


Wojakovski v Matyas & Ors (BL- 2018 – 000544)

Instructed as sole counsel on behalf of an alleged de facto director in a substantial High Court claim alleging unfair prejudice and the fraudulent breach of directors’ duties in relation to a multi-million-pound company.


H TV Ltd v ITV2 Ltd [2016] EWCA Civ 148; [2015] EWHC 2840 (Comm)

Acting (led by Deepak Nambisan) in a three-week trial (before Flaux J as he was then) relating to a wide range of contractual issues including formation, construction, repudiatory breach, and calculations for loss. Daniel was also instructed in the appeal on this matter (led by Michael Crane QC), which settled shortly before being due to be heard in late 2017.


Greenwood v Goodwin (the RBS Shareholders' litigation) (HC13 F01247; HC13 D01192; HC14 F01704

Acting as a part of the trial team (led by David Railton QC) and preparing the bank’s defence relating to its £8 billion Rights Issue in 2008. Specifically, Daniel was engaged throughout 2016 and 2017 in the preparation (as sole junior) of the bank’s defence in relation to the RBS Group’s c.£100 billion of credit market exposures and (with Simon Hatton) in its c.£400 billion liquidity and funding profile. One of The Lawyer’s ‘Top 20 Cases’ of 2017, this matter settled on the first day of trial.


Boreh v Djibouti [2015] EWHC 769 (Comm)

Acting (in a team led by Lord Falconer) in a high-profile hearing before Flaux J (as he was then) relating to an application to set-aside a freezing order and proprietary injunction following allegations that a solicitor had deliberately misled the Commercial Court as to the dating of a terrorist incident.


Tempo v Fortuna [2014] 2 CILR 191

Instructed (with Michael Green QC (as he then was)) in an eight-week trial in the Cayman Islands (before Henderson J) of a shareholder dispute relating to a substantial (approximately $1 billion) company. This matter raised a wide range of company and contract law issues including as to directors’ obligations, fraud upon the minority, contractual formation, repudiation, plus issues of Taiwanese, Samoan and Caymanian law.

Daniel is regularly instructed and advises in respect of company law matters, and in particular issues arising in relation to directors’ duties and disputes as between shareholders.

Notable Company, Restructuring & Insolvency Cases


Your City Office Ltd v Mr Gary Lee (BL-2021-002172)

Instructed and advising upon company law elements in a High Court claim (business list) including allegations of (i) breaches of an agreement that shares would be held upon trust; and (ii) breaches of directors’ duties and the taking of secret profits.


SKAT v Solo Capital Ltd & Ors [2022] EWCA Civ 234; [2020] EWHC 1658 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 2022 (Comm)

Advising (as sole counsel) on potential liabilities arising from asset transfers to directors and members (including disqualification and s.994 unfair prejudice proceedings) of multiple companies/partnerships in a complex holding structure.


Wojakovski v Matyas & Ors (BL- 2018 – 000544)

Instructed as sole counsel on behalf of an alleged de facto director in a substantial High Court claim alleging unfair prejudice and the fraudulent breach of directors’ duties in relation to a multi-million-pound company.


Weatherley v Weatherley & Ors [2018] EWHC 3201 (Ch)

Acting (as sole counsel) in the interlocutory proceedings, strategy and preparation up to trial (for which he was unavailable) of the successful defence of an unfair prejudice petition in relation to a substantial company.


Tempo v Fortuna [2014] 2 CILR 191

Instructed (with Michael Green QC (as he was then)) in an eight-week trial (before Henderson J) in the Cayman Islands of a shareholder dispute to a substantial (approximately $1 billion) company that raised a wide range of company law issues including bearer shares, the scope and application of the Duomatic principle, shareholders’ meetings, directors’ obligations, fraud upon the minority, as well as issues of Taiwanese, Samoan and Caymanian law.


Miscellaneous confidential advices (ongoing)

Daniel regularly advises on difficult aspects of company law, and has recently advised (as sole counsel) on matters including:

  • Claims for breach of a shareholders’ agreement, wrongful dismissal, and a petition for unfair prejudice in relation to two FCA regulated asset management companies.
  • In relation to share transfers, breaches of directors’ duties and a shareholder agreement in relation to a substantial BVI company; and
  • On an unfair prejudice petition (amongst other remedies) in relation to a substantial tech start up.

Daniel is regularly instructed and advises in respect of claims overseas where the subject matter bears on other areas of his expertise. He has particular experience of litigation in the Caribbean (having completed an eight-week trial instructed by Maples & Calder in Tempo v Fortuna [2014] 2 CILR 191), the Channel Islands, and the DIFC, where he is a registered practitioner and recently appeared successfully in the Court of First Instance in AIML v KPMG [2021] DIFC CFI-041-2021 (3 Nov 2021).

Notable Offshore Cases


AIML v KPMG [2021] DIFC CFI-041-2021 (3 Nov 2021)

Acting (with Anneliese Day QC) in a c.£1.6 billion claim in the DIFC against the former auditors of what was the largest private equity group in the Middle East prior to its collapse as an alleged fraudulent ponzi scheme, including success in a substantial jurisdiction challenge before Justice Wayne Martin (Order with Reasons dated 3 Nov 2021)).


Oleg Deripaska v Chernukhin [2021] JCA 206

Advising (with Richard Lissack QC et al) and preparing the written submissions on behalf of the successful respondent in both the Royal Court of Jersey and the Jersey Court of Appeal on interlocutory issues arising as a part of a substantial and ongoing multi-jurisdictional claim involving allegations of dishonesty and misleading the Court.


Riad Al Sadiq v Clyde & Co LLP & Ors (CL-2021-000395)

Instructed (with Ian Croxford QC) in the defence of a leading solicitor’s firm’s Middle Eastern office in a substantial (allegedly c.$88m) professional negligence claim in the Commercial Court. The claim relatesto the Defendant’s conduct of substantial litigation involving Caymanian funds over a 10 year period in the Cayman Islands, Privy Council, and Dubai, with litigation proceeding in England & Wales as well as potentially offshore (including in the BVI).


Global Capital Fund v Lodha Developers UK Ltd & Ors (CL-2020-000769)

Advising (as sole counsel) a BVI investment fund in relation to potential civil liabilities issues, regulatory issues and causes of action arising from  a $35 million corporate bond investment (settled in 2021).


Bogolyubov v Kolomoisky (Isle of Man Court of General Gaol Delivery – 2019)

Instructed (with Richard Lissack QC) to advise and prepare written submissions for a successful application to discharge an asset restraint order made pursuant to the Isle of Man Proceeds of Crime Act 2008.


Tempo v Fortuna [2014] 2 CILR 191

Instructed (with Michael Green QC (as he was then)) in an eight-week trial (before Henderson J) in the Cayman Islands of a shareholder dispute to a substantial (approximately $1 billion) company that raised a wide range of company law issues including bearer shares, the scope and application of the Duomatic principle, shareholders’ meetings, directors’ obligations, fraud upon the minority, as well as issues of Taiwanese, Samoan and Caymanian law.


Tradinvest Fund Ltd v Standard Bank Jersey Ltd & Ors

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC and Bridget Lucas QC) in the preparation of the successful defence and counterclaim on behalf of a Jersey-based investment fund-manager and custodian from a multi-million euro claim alleging, inter alia, breach of contract and professional negligence.

Daniel’s practice regularly raises issues of privilege, confidentiality and conflicts of interest in a wide range of contexts.

Notable Privilege, Confidentiality & Conflicts of Interest Cases


Oleg Deripaska v Chernukhin [2021] JCA 206

Preparing the written submissions (with Richard Lissack et al) on behalf of the successful respondent in both the Royal Court of Jersey and the Jersey Court of Appeal on the question of whether privilege had been waived by the ‘deployment’ of material and, if so, whether any waiver could be retracted.


Confidential (Commercial Court – 2020)

Advising and preparing submissions (with James Laddie QC) on behalf of a bank responding to injunctive proceedings where that bank had allegedly breached duties of confidence by copying a rival bank’s credit derivative product.


SKAT v Solo Capital Ltd & Ors [2020] EWHC 1658 (Comm)

Advising (with Patricia Robertson QC) as to whether privilege subsisted in specialist foreign law tax advice and, if so, whether such privilege had nevertheless been waived.

Daniel is regularly instructed and advises in respect of negligence claims against professionals, and, in particular, in claims including lawyers (solicitors and barristers), insurance brokers, bankers, financial advisors and accountants. He is a contributor to the journal of professional negligence.

Notable Professional Negligence Cases


Riad Al Sadiq v Clyde & Co LLP & Ors (CL-2021-000395)

Instructed (with Ian Croxford QC) In the defence of a leading solicitor’s firm in a substantial (allegedly c $88m) professional negligence claim in the Commercial Court relating to the Defendant’s conduct of substantial litigation over a 10 year period in the Cayman Islands, Privy Council, and Dubai.


Closegate (Durham No.2) Ltd v Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP (CL-2019-000733)

Instructed (with Mark Simpson QC) in the defence of a c.£25 million Commercial Court claim in professional negligence arising from legal services provided in relation to the development of the Radisson Blu hotel in Durham.


SKAT v Solo Capital Ltd & Ors [2022] EWCA Civ 234; [2020] EWHC 1658 (Comm); [2020] EWHC 2022 (Comm)

Acting (led by Patricia Robertson QC) on behalf of a co-defendant group in the preparation of their defence of a c.£1.3 billion commercial court claim arising from inter alia allegations of negligence under Danish Law.


Boreh v Djibouti [2015] EWHC 769 (Comm)

Acting (with Lord Falconer et al) in a high-profile hearing (before Flaux J as he then was) relating to an application to set-aside a freezing order and proprietary injunction following allegations that a solicitor had deliberately misled the Commercial Court as to the dating of a terrorist incident.


Tradinvest Fund Ltd v Standard Bank Jersey Ltd & Ors

Acting (with Raymond Cox QC and Bridget Lucas QC) in the preparation of the successful defence and counterclaim on behalf of a Jersey-based investment fund-manager and custodian from a multi-million euro claim alleging, inter alia, breach of contract and professional negligence.


Miscellaneous confidential advices (ongoing)

Regularly advising as sole counsel on diverse confidential professional negligence matters including:

  • In relation to breach of duty by an external legal advisor in relation to the incorporation and share subscription of a substantial BVI company;
  • Individual directors and other regulated individuals in relation to an ongoing FCA investigation;
  • In relation to substantial High Court claims relating to solicitors’ conduct of litigation and the provision of legal advice; and
  • As sole counsel in a High Court claim relating to allegations of negligence against a leading insurance brokerage.

"It is a pleasure to work with him. He is hard-working and always on top of things." "He gets on with clients very well. He understands different systems and cultures very well."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

"A great team player, who is really good, absolutely flexible and brilliant with clients and other people."


Chambers & Partners (Commercial Dispute Resolution)

"Daniel Edmonds is an accomplished junior well versed in appearing in courts at all levels."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

"Highly intelligent with a prolific work rate - a key player to have on your team when there is a lot that needs to be done."


The Legal 500 (Commercial Litigation)

"Daniel has a prolific work rate. You want him on your team if you have a huge amount of work to get through."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

"He's very hands-on, very good with detail and incredibly responsive." "He sees both the legal and commercial issues very clearly and is extremely user-friendly."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

"Daniel is a delight to work with; he is amazingly bright and very hard-working." "His knowledge of banking and commercial issues is very up to date, and he is extremely helpful."


Chambers & Partners (Commercial Dispute Resolution)

"Immensely hard-working and liked by clients, he has an eye for detail and displays total commitment to the case." "Bright, hard-working and someone with the ability to deal with voluminous technical material."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

Chambers & Partners
  • Commercial Dispute Resolution
  • Banking & Finance
  • Dispute Resolution – Commercial – UK (global Guide)
The Legal 500
  • Banking & Finance (including Consumer Credit)
  • Commercial Litigation

  • BA (Philosophy, Politics and Economics), Brasenose College, Oxford University (first class, ranking 1st in economics and 2nd overall)
  • BA (Law) (accelerated), Wolfson College, Cambridge University (double first class, ranking 4th and 6th respectively)
  • LLM, Harvard Law School (Kennedy scholar)
  • BVC, City University (outstanding)

  • Registered to practice in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

  • Kennedy Scholar (United Kingdom)
  • Frank Burris & Gahan Scholar, Inner Temple
  • Prize for outstanding performance on the BVC, Inner Temple
  • Duke of Edinburgh entrance scholarship, Inner Temple
  • Major CPE Scholar, Inner Temple
  • Hicks & Webb Medley prize for best overall performance in economics, University of Oxford
  • John Hicks Foundation scholarship for best performance in macroeconomics, University of Oxford
  • College prizes for academic achievement, Brasenose College, Oxford
  • Commendations for best performance in the law of torts and law and economics, University of Cambridge
  • Sir David Williams prize, Wolfson College, Cambridge
  • 2 x Jennings prize, Wolfson College, Cambridge

  • Forthcoming, Service in Civil Proceedings: Law & Practice (OUP, 2022), Co-author with Sarah Tulip (of 3 Verulam Buildings)

  • Chinese Mandarin (HK3)
  • French (B1/B2)
  • Spanish (B1)

For enquiries please contact

Alfie Harper

Alfie Harper
Team Leader
+44 (0)20 7842 3806
Click here to email

Sam McCrone
Team Leader's Assistant
+44 (0)20 7583 3335
Click here to email

"It is a pleasure to work with him. He is hard-working and always on top of things." "He gets on with clients very well. He understands different systems and cultures very well."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

"A great team player, who is really good, absolutely flexible and brilliant with clients and other people."


Chambers & Partners (Commercial Dispute Resolution)

"Daniel Edmonds is an accomplished junior well versed in appearing in courts at all levels."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

"Highly intelligent with a prolific work rate - a key player to have on your team when there is a lot that needs to be done."


The Legal 500 (Commercial Litigation)

"Daniel has a prolific work rate. You want him on your team if you have a huge amount of work to get through."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

"He's very hands-on, very good with detail and incredibly responsive." "He sees both the legal and commercial issues very clearly and is extremely user-friendly."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

"Daniel is a delight to work with; he is amazingly bright and very hard-working." "His knowledge of banking and commercial issues is very up to date, and he is extremely helpful."


Chambers & Partners (Commercial Dispute Resolution)

"Immensely hard-working and liked by clients, he has an eye for detail and displays total commitment to the case." "Bright, hard-working and someone with the ability to deal with voluminous technical material."


Chambers & Partners (Banking & Finance)

Chambers & Partners
  • Commercial Dispute Resolution
  • Banking & Finance
  • Dispute Resolution – Commercial – UK (global Guide)
The Legal 500
  • Banking & Finance (including Consumer Credit)
  • Commercial Litigation

  • BA (Philosophy, Politics and Economics), Brasenose College, Oxford University (first class, ranking 1st in economics and 2nd overall)
  • BA (Law) (accelerated), Wolfson College, Cambridge University (double first class, ranking 4th and 6th respectively)
  • LLM, Harvard Law School (Kennedy scholar)
  • BVC, City University (outstanding)

  • Registered to practice in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)

  • Kennedy Scholar (United Kingdom)
  • Frank Burris & Gahan Scholar, Inner Temple
  • Prize for outstanding performance on the BVC, Inner Temple
  • Duke of Edinburgh entrance scholarship, Inner Temple
  • Major CPE Scholar, Inner Temple
  • Hicks & Webb Medley prize for best overall performance in economics, University of Oxford
  • John Hicks Foundation scholarship for best performance in macroeconomics, University of Oxford
  • College prizes for academic achievement, Brasenose College, Oxford
  • Commendations for best performance in the law of torts and law and economics, University of Cambridge
  • Sir David Williams prize, Wolfson College, Cambridge
  • 2 x Jennings prize, Wolfson College, Cambridge

  • Forthcoming, Service in Civil Proceedings: Law & Practice (OUP, 2022), Co-author with Sarah Tulip (of 3 Verulam Buildings)

  • Chinese Mandarin (HK3)
  • French (B1/B2)
  • Spanish (B1)

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