Dinuka Kottegoda is an associate in the litigation practice group. She is qualified in both England and Sri Lanka and has extensive experience working on litigation and arbitrations through to large-scale international investigations.

    Dinuka has a particular interest in acting for clients in the financial services sector and she has significant experience in review services to regulators in the financial services sector and international banks.

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    • Currently assisting a multinational financial institution with investigations and transactional audits of potential violations of US sanctions and money laundering laws, including responding to criminal and civil government inquiries raised by the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS).
    • Acting for an EU financial services regulator and assisting them with investigating a private bank.
    • Part of the team of a large construction arbitration matter relating to disputes concerning an Airport in the Middle East.
    • Advising a global construction company in a multibillion-dollar contract dispute.

    Education

    • Queen Mary University Of London and University College London, LL.M.
    • Sri Lanka Law College, Attorney-at-Law

    Admissions

    • England and Wales, 2018
    • Sri Lanka, 2009

    Languages

    • English
    • Sinhala

    • Speaker, 37th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, University of Cambridge, September 2019.
    • Speaker, 35th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, University of Cambridge, September 2017.

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