Published on March 13, 2023
Tom Portsmouth joins Enyo Law as a Senior Business Intelligence Associate

Enyo Law is pleased to announce that investigations and corporate intelligence specialist Tom Portsmouth has joined the firm as a Senior Business Intelligence Associate.

Tom has extensive experience in leading high-profile, multi-jurisdictional and complex investigations for corporations, government entities, and high-net-worth individuals across a range of sectors, geographies and contexts. Tom specialises in cross-border asset tracing, litigation support, fraud investigations and investigative due diligence. He has particular interest and expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa and is a native French speaker. 

George Maling, Enyo Law’s Senior Partner, said: “Tom brings with him a proven track record of conducting complex investigations in support of litigation and disputes. His appointment expands our Business Intelligence practice and reinforces Enyo Law’s commitment to providing market-leading dispute resolution services.” 

Tom Portsmouth added: “I am delighted to be joining Enyo Law and growing the firm’s unique combination of disputes lawyers and intelligence professionals. Enyo Law is renowned for taking on complex and high-profile cases, and I look forward to providing tailored investigative services to our clients”.

Tom joins Enyo Law having previously spent seven years at global investigations firm Kroll.

About Enyo Law

Enyo Law is a specialist disputes firm with an outstanding reputation for achieving success for its clients and as a trusted recipient of referrals from full-service firms who face conflicts. Founded in 2010 with the objective of creating a leading conflicts-free disputes practice, Enyo Law has built on results achieved by its dynamic team to become one of the largest and most successful disputes-only firms in London.

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