Our Team

Alex Mobbs
Senior Associate
  • Civil Fraud & Asset Recovery
  • Banking & Finance Litigation
  • Commercial Arbitration/Litigation
  • Commercial & Contractual Disputes
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Law Society of England and Wales.
Qualifications & Education:
  • Law (LLB), University of Bristol.
  • Legal Practice Course, University of Law in Moorgate, London.
Professional Associations:
  • Young Fraud Lawyers Association
  • English (native)
  • Spanish (conversational)

Alex has a broad range of experience dealing with complex cross-border commercial and banking litigation, arbitration, and investigations, with a particular focus on civil fraud and asset tracing disputes. Alex has worked for a variety of clients including large corporates, banks and individuals.


Alex read law at the University of Bristol before completing his LPC at the University of Law in Moorgate, London. 

Alex completed his training contract at Allen & Overy LLP in London, which included a six month secondment to the firm’s Litigation team in Hong Kong. Following qualification, Alex spent four and a half years as an Associate in Allen & Overy’s Litigation & Investigations team in London, before joining Enyo Law in March 2021. Alex also completed a nine-month client secondment in 2019/20 to the Group Dispute Resolution team at BNP Paribas SA in London.    

Reported cases include:

Representative experience:

Civil Fraud & Asset Recovery:

  • Acting for three syndicate lenders involved in long-running “tuna bonds” litigation, concerning three contested loans made to State Owned Entities in excess of US$ 2bn, being challenged by Mozambique on the basis they were procured by bribery and corruption (The Republic of Mozambique v Credit Suisse International & Ors).
  • Acted for a claimant corporate group in civil fraud proceedings and subsequent multi-jurisdictional asset-tracing and enforcement action arising out of resulting US$315m fraud judgment against certain former shareholders, directors and related parties (Kazakhstan Kagazy PLC and Ors -v- Baglan Zhunus and Ors).
  • Acted in LCIA arbitration and subsequent enforcement action arising out of art fraud perpetuated by Inigo Philbrick, known as the “Madoff of the art world”.
  • Acted for a private equity claimant in connection with fraudulent breach of warranty claim arising out of an SPA with the former shareholders (Arani & Ors v Cordic Group Ltd).
  • Acted in LCIA arbitration for a major Lebanese bank alleging fraud and illegality.
  • Advised the estate of deceased Middle Eastern businessman sued for breach of fiduciary duty and fraudulent misrepresentation in a claim relating to a multibillion-pound telecoms venture.

Banking & Finance Litigation:

  • Acted for an investment bank in its defence and counterclaim against an oil and gas company relating to repayment of USD700 million sukuk (Dana Gas PJSC v Dana Gas Sukuk Ltd).
  • Acted for an investment bank in connection with a global anti-bribery and corruption investigation into historic hiring practices, and subsequent related employment disciplinary proceedings in London.
  • Acted for an investment bank in relation to a significant whistleblowing investigation, including producing a detailed investigation report and assisting in the implementation of the recommendations.


  • Acting for a high net worth individual in relation to the disputes arising out of the estate of his deceased father.
  • Acted for Saudi businessman in his defence of a commercial dispute concerning spurious claim for US$30m under alleged historic oral loan agreement (Sheikh Mohamed Bin Issa Al Jaber v Sheikh Walid Bin Ibrahim Al Ibrahim and Ors). 
  • Acted for an individual in his successful defence in a criminal matter.
  • Acted in a pro-bono capacity for children’s charity Coram Children’s Legal Centre, which assists children from disadvantaged backgrounds applying for registration as British citizens.
Jul 9, 2024
The importance of directors’ knowledge in establishing the largest ever wrongful trading award and the first ever award for “misfeasant trading”
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Jul 4, 2024
Supreme Court rules that planning authorities cannot give permission for oil drilling projects without considering the environmental effects of the oil’s combustion
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Jul 2, 2024
UK sanctions ground payment obligations under letters of credit in aircraft leasing case
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Fair winds favour plaintiffs in wasted expenditure cases
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