Jenny Goldring

Call 1993

"She is terrific, very bright and someone who gets to the issue quickly."

- Chambers and Partners 2018.

Overview

Jenny is a highly experienced barrister and a specialist in financial regulatory work and complex civil and criminal fraud.

Jenny has been ranked in Chambers and Partners since 2014.  She is ranked as a leading individual for Financial Crime at the London Bar in Chambers and Partners Directory.

Jenny is an expert in Missing Trader Intra-Community (“MTIC”) fraud. She spent over 10 years conducting MTIC cases in the Crown Court and for the last 7 to 8 years has been regularly instructed in related proceedings in the VAT Tribunal (First and Upper Tier). She is currently instructed as Lead Counsel in a number of multi-million pound Appeals.

Prior to developing a financial regulatory practice, Jenny conducted numerous fraud cases including mortgage fraud, insurance fraud, complex excise fraud, PAYE fraud, and advance fee fraud. She has also conducted numerous money laundering and confiscation cases.

Chambers and Partners 2017 - "Reads the papers thoroughly, prepares her arguments well and sees points that other people would miss."

Chambers and Partners 2016 - "She's exceptionally hard-working and very good on the law."

Asset Recovery, Civil Fraud & Confiscation

Jenny has been involved in numerous confiscation cases arising out of prosecutions for fraud. This work naturally links in with Jenny's financial work and expertise.

Business Crime

Prior to developing a practice in financial regulatory work Jenny specialised solely in complex fraud cases. Her particular expertise is VAT fraud, in particular MTIC fraud.

Crime

Jenny has conducted numerous types of criminal case as both a Prosecution and Defence advocate, with an emphasis on fraud.

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Jenny Goldring

Specialist Areas

  • Business Crime & Financial Services
  • Public Law & Inquiries
  • Inquests
  • Tax (VAT Tribunal)

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