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Nin  Ritchie

Nin Ritchie

Senior Associate

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Nin Ritchie

Senior Associate Guernsey

"My client-driven, collaborative attitude and ability to keep in mind the bigger picture ensures that focus is kept on finding the right business solution, particularly during the often stressful and intense regulatory investigations where clients are experiencing litigation for the first time."

Nin is a senior associate in the dispute resolution team whose practice covers a range of commercial regulatory and sanctions advice, and disputes within the financial services sector. These often include a multi-jurisdictional aspect and have involved jurisdiction disputes, insolvency and professional negligence claims.

Nin is a key member of Collas Crill's risk and regulatory team. Nin brings a unique and valuable perspective to her regulatory work, having spent 8 years within the banking division of the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. Her specific experience includes undertaking assessment of organisations’ regulatory compliance regimes (both in principle and in practice); devising and implementing remedial action plans; preparation for regulatory inspections; and responding to regulatory investigations. Nin acts primarily for international banks, fund administrators, fiduciaries, directors and independent financial advisors.

Her work also includes trust litigation and Nin has been involved in a number of semi-contentious and contentious trust matters spanning the courts of Guernsey, Jersey and other jurisdictions. Many of the cases involve a breadth of issues including Beddoe applications, applicable law and/or appropriate jurisdiction, trustee negligence, related insurance disputes and acting for minor and unborn beneficiaries in the potential split of interests resulting in the removal of beneficiaries.

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Insight

Mind your language!

Mamancochet Mining Limited (the Claimant) v Aegis Managing Agency Limited & Others (the Defendants) is a case concerning a sanctions clause, with ...

News

Projet de Loi - Guernsey Sanctions

In May the UK passed the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018. Now, in light of the relative certainty as to how the UK sanctions regime will ...

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Understanding UK and EU sanctions

The recent EU sanction and the new Guernsey Ordinance against those involved in chemical weapons has fuelled the debate over whether Guernsey will fol...

News

Sanctions Explained

Collas Crill's Sanctions Explained Seminar took place on Friday 19th October, with guest speaker Maya Lester QC of Brick Court Chambers. The seminar w...

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Burnden Holdings (UK) Limited

In a case that has interesting parallels for Guernsey, the Supreme Court of England and Wales recently released a judgment in the matter of Burnden Ho...

Deals & Cases

Carlyle Capital judgement

10 years on from the onset of one of the worst financial crises since the 1930s, the Royal Court of Guernsey has handed down judgment in respect of on...

Deals & Cases

Carlyle Capital Corporation Limited

Acting in proceedings arising out of the collapse of the  (the "Company") investment fund in 2008 as a result of the financial turmoil affecting the w...

Deals & Cases

X Trust

Collas Crill was instructed to advise the foreign primary beneficiary and protector of a trust, in circumstances where the Guernsey trustee has receiv...