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Stacey McEvoy

Senior Associate


McEvoy Stacey
Stacey McEvoy

Senior Associate


Stacey is an associate in Allen & Overy's Banking, Finance and Regulatory Litigation Group.

Stacey has wide experience in both civil litigation and UK and cross-border financial services regulatory investigations on behalf of firms, involving the FCA, SFO, as well as US, Australian and Japanese regulators. Stacey is dual qualified in both England and Wales and Australia.

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Key regulatory changes in China’s new legislation on personal information protection

Publications: 22 September 2021

Threat of follow-on civil claims against companies suffering cyberattack dampened by recent court judgment

Cyber incidents have a serious regulatory and reputational impact, and increasingly form the subject of follow-on civil litigation. Such civil claims may be less financially attractive for claimants…

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Blog Post: 11 August 2021

Impact of proposed changes to decision making at the UK Financial Conduct Authority

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Blog Post: 26 April 2021

UK FCA extends annual financial crime reporting obligation (REP-CRIM) to more firms

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Blog Post: 05 February 2021

SFO rebuked for overreaching: no power to seek overseas documents from non-UK companies

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Admitted as a Solicitor (England & Wales), 2016

Admitted as a Legal Practitioner (Queensland, Australia), 2011


Bachelor of Laws (Hons I) / Bachelor of Economics, University of Queensland, 2010

Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Australian National University, 2011

Pro-bono experience

  • Managing provision of advice to Centre for Reproductive Rights on gaps in sexual and reproductive health information in Kenyan legislative framework

Published work

  • Regular contributor to Allen & Overy's Investigation Insight blog, which focuses on the latest trends, risks and developments in financial services investigations
  • Regular author on, with published articles on issues of contractual interpretation, privilege, schemes of arrangement, mis-selling and professional liability
  • Guest contributor to A&O case reports on PLC
  • Guest contributor to the Oxford Business Law Blog