Tracey is a partner in the London office of Boies Schiller Flexner. She is an experienced English solicitor whose practice focuses on financial services regulatory and corporate internal investigations and disputes.
Tracey has extensive experience acting on behalf of financial services and corporate clients in global regulatory investigations, representing both firms and individuals under investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulation Authority, the Serious Fraud Office, and other global regulators and prosecutors. She has managed all manner of investigations, including allegations relating to issues arising out of the 2008 financial crisis, financial crime (in particular anti money-laundering, transaction monitoring and bribery), market abuse, cybersecurity and data loss/theft, tax-related and whistleblowing investigations. Tracey is adept at advising financial institutions and large corporates in all areas of crisis management.
Tracey has also led and successfully concluded significant value and high profile litigation disputes through dismissals, mediation, settlement and, where necessary, through trial.
Prior to joining Boies Schiller Flexner, Tracey was Head of Litigation Investigations & Enforcement for Barclays in the UK and EME, and held an equivalent role at GE Capital for the EMEA region prior to this. She has first-hand experience of the internal workings, needs and requirements of financial services clients when advising on a significant disputes or investigation matter.
Tracey regularly speaks at Legal and Compliance conferences on investigations, disputes, innovation, and diversity. She has sat on client advisory boards of law firms and is an active member and advocate of multiple organizations that bring together thought leaders and innovators in the field of diversity and inclusion. Tracey is currently co-Chairperson of the European Forum on Banking Enforcement, a forum which welcomes leading lawyers and senior in-house Counsel specializing in enforcement matters for financial institutions.