Andrew Holden (XXIV Old Buildings)
Appears in a wide variety of both domestic and international trusts matters, acting both as a litigator and in an advisory capacity. He is an expert in trust structuring and trust protectors. He is particularly adept at handling large offshore disputes and often acts in high-profile, multibillion-dollar disputes in key jurisdictions.
"Has incredibly deep knowledge of trusts law." "He is very academic whilst also being very commercial in his outlook. He puts his legal knowledge into practice in a fantastic way."
Recent work: Acted in Henchley v Thompson, a case looking at the ongoing duties of a trustee to account for his/her administration of trust assets even 20 years after the trust had become dormant.