As a litigation and dispute resolution lawyer, Daniel specialises in regulatory investigations and litigation in the financial services sector.
Daniel is an experienced litigator, having appeared as counsel in the District Court, High Court, and Court of Appeal. He has significant experience in regulatory inquiries and investigations, predominantly in the financial services sector involving the Commerce Commission, Financial Markets Authority, and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
Daniel has unique in-house experience in regulatory investigations, having previously been at the Financial Markets Authority and a top-tier Australian-owned bank. This background makes him well placed to provide technical and practical advice that takes into consideration the strategic regulatory objectives of regulators, and the commercial and reputational objectives of large corporates.
In addition to his in-house experience, Daniel has previous experience in private practice at a specialist New Zealand litigation firm.
Across his previous and current work, Daniel has advised and acted for the FMA on various proceedings brought by the FMA against companies, directors, and officers, and for directors in proceedings brought by the FMA. He has acted for creditors, and advised on various banking and finance disputes and litigation, settlements, and recovery actions. He has also acted for the Crown in over 40 jury trials, and the New Zealand Police and other government and regulatory bodies
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