Tom Hibbert is Global Head of RPC's Commercial Disputes practice and also heads our Financial Disputes team.
He specialises in investment banking litigation with an emphasis on capital markets, fund management related matters and disputes arising from insolvencies and restructurings. The Financial Disputes team often acts adverse to the major investment banks.
Tom has acted in numerous disputes arising from the credit crunch and beyond, principally for institutional investors, including numerous funds and non-UK banks and corporations.
Tom was also listed in The Lawyer's Hot 100 for 2014.
'Tom Hibbert is a "leading figure in this area" and is "in possession of a legal mind that inspires great respect amongst his peers"' - Chambers UK 2016
'The "very highly regarded" Tom Hibbert receives strong endorsement from market commentators, who praise his "good instinctive feel for what's a good point and what's a bad point"' - Chambers UK 2016
Listed in the elite "Leading lawyers" list, The Legal 500 UK 2015's guide to outstanding lawyers nationwide
"Tom Hibbert is ‘truly one of the top litigators in the London market’" - The Legal 500 UK, 2015 edition
"Highly regarded" - The Legal 500 UK, 2015 edition
"Very bright and very innovative in his approach - I'd hate to be against him" - Chambers UK 2015
"Tom Hibbert enjoys a strong reputation in the sector. Sources say he is "first-class," continuing: "He's very experienced in the field and has the ability to stand back from the case and see the big picture" - Chambers UK 2015
‘Knows how to win massive litigation' - The Legal 500, 2014 edition
"Praised for his commercial judgement and legal acumen, Tom Hibbert heads the team at the firm. He has a leading reputation in the field. Sources describe him as "tremendously good at handling complex disputes involving complex financial instruments. He really understands the business of banking" - Chambers UK 2014
"Tom Hibbert is marked out as a "very astute and experienced lawyer"" - Chambers UK 2014
CF Partners- acting on its successful claim for breach of confidence against Barclays Bank and Tricorona AB (one of The Lawyer's Top 20 Cases of 2013)
Knighthead Capital - Acting for various holders of restructured Argentinian securities in dispute with BNY Mellon as Trustee
DZ Bank- acting on its dispute with the Administrators of Lehman Brothers International Europe and BNY Mellon in relation to sums due under tri-party repo agreements following the insolvency of LBIE
Bank St Petersburg- acting on its dispute with Vitaly Arkhangelsky (one of The Lawyer's Top 20 Cases of 2016)
Agricultural Bank of Greece- acting on its dispute with Bank of America Merrill Lynch over interest rate derivative products