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Arnondo Chakrabarti

Partner

London

Chakrabarti Arnondo
Arnondo Chakrabarti

Partner

London

Arnondo has experience in a wide range of contentious matters including regulatory, criminal and internal investigations and disputes for financial institutions. He has a wealth of expertise in managing cross-border teams in investigations and disputes. Arnondo also advises on public law and previously practised as a barrister at Matrix Chambers.

The major UK legal directories say Arnondo is: “one of the best lawyers in the city” (UK Legal 500, 2016 Banking Litigation); “technically superb, completely unflappable and incisive” (Chambers UK, 2013 Banking Litigation & Fraud); “absolutely attuned to the tensions in highly emotive contentious matters” (Chambers UK, 2014 Contentious Financial Services); “an erudite corporate crime practitioner with extensive experience in multi-jurisdictional investigations work” (Chambers UK, 2016 Financial Crime: Corporates London); “effectively combines his background in criminal law with his contentious regulatory practice in order to provide clients with quality representation in global investigations and enforcement actions in the FS market” (Chambers UK, 2016 Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory); “his extensive experience in handling cross-border matters for a diverse array of clients means that he is well equipped to handle issues of both major monetary and reputational import” (Chambers UK, 2017 Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory); and “handles extremely large jobs with great diligence” and is “very smart and very urbane” (Chambers UK 2018, Financial Crime: Corporate).

News & insights

Publications: 04 AUGUST 2021

New SFDR principal adverse impacts (or PAI) regime – key points

The new principle adverse impacts or PAI regime is one of the most challenging elements of the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). It will require relevant firms to provide…

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Beneficiary Units A Peak into Pandoras box

Publications: 04 AUGUST 2021

Podcast: Beneficiary Units – A Peak into Pandora’s box

In our newest episode of the Allen & Overy Luxembourg Podcast, Victoria Woestmann, Senior Associate in our Corporate M&A department, discussed all things Beneficiary Units with Justine…

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The sun shining behind a row of modern skyscrapers

Publications: 03 AUGUST 2021

LIBOR transition: less is more

In the race to remediate, the moment has come for lenders to lighten up on corporate authorisations and legal opinions.

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High rise buildings from the bottom

Blog Post: 08 JULY 2021

UK corporate criminal liability reform

The UK Government has asked the Law Commission to review the law on corporate criminal liability and propose options for reform. Supporters of reform will use recent failures of the UK Serious Fraud…

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Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 1997

Academic

BSc, Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1993

CPE, The College Of Law, London, 1994