Rebecca Findlay | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Rebecca Findlay
Rebecca Findlay

Rebecca Findlay

Associate, London

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Rebecca Findlay is an associate in the firm's London office, and focuses her practice on white collar and general commercial litigation. Rebecca joined White & Case in January 2016 from a leading international law firm.

In 2013/14, Rebecca spent 6 months on secondment to the Legal department of the Enforcement Division of the Financial Conduct Authority, where she worked on a wide range of matters, including matters before the Regulatory Decisions Committee and a trial in the Financial Services Upper Tribunal.

During her training contract, Rebecca undertook a secondment to the High Court, acting as a judicial assistant to two High Court judges, with time in the Chancery Division, Queen’s Bench Division (including the Commercial Court) and the Criminal Court of Appeal.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales


  • Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School
  • BA (Hons), Jurisprudence (Law), University of Oxford, St. John’s College


  • English


Representing a multi-national corporate on potential bribery and corruption offences in connection with facilitation payments overseas.

Representing a senior bank executive in relation to an SFO investigation into allegations of fraud and non-disclosure.

Whilst in-house at the FCA: enforcement cases before the Regulatory Decisions Committee in relation to allegations of benchmark manipulation; work on a trial in the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber - Financial Services) where a fine of £2.7 million and a full prohibition was upheld as a penalty imposed on a former hedge fund manager; and acting on various exercises of the FCA’s own initiative requirement powers.

Advising a financial institution in relation to the enforcement of an English judgment worth over US$10 million, in particular by way of CPR Part 71 proceedings and related committal proceedings.

Representing a Georgian bank in a successful application to have receivers appointed by the English Court in support of foreign proceedings.

Advising a Gulf bank on proceedings relating to a US$90 million failed investment project in Turkey.

Acting for an AIM listed China based gas exploration company in relation to setting aside an ex-parte worldwide freezing injunction made against the company in aid of an award rendered in an arbitration under the SIAC rules.

Awards & Recognition

2010 Francis Taylor Building Prize for University of Oxford, FHS Environmental Law Exam