Mungo is an associate in Maples and Calder's London office, where he advises on offshore corporate and commercial litigation including shareholder disputes, asset tracing, corporate investigations, contractual claims and enforcement of security. As a fellow of INSOL International he has particular expertise in cross-border insolvency and restructuring. He also has experience of contentious trusts disputes.
Mungo joined Maples and Calder in 2016. He was previously with another international law firm in the BVI for four years and before that practised for eight years as a barrister at 13 Old Square Chambers (now 3 Stone) in Lincoln's Inn, London. Mungo is recommended as being "industrious, creative and ingenious, as well as a smart, persuasive advocate" in the Legal 500's 2016/17 BVI rankings and as being "very responsive, commercial and client friendly" in the Legal 500's 2017/18 Offshore law firms in London rankings.
University of Edinburgh, MA (Hons), Politics & Modern History, 2000
City University, CPE/PgDL, 2002
BPP Law School, BVC, 2003
Chancery Bar Association
Recovery and Insolvency Specialists Association (BVI)
Fellow, INSOL International
2003 – Admitted to the Bar of England & Wales (does not practise as an English barrister)
2012 – Admitted as a barrister of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (British Virgin Islands)