Andrew Hill

Andrew has been at the forefront of developing securities litigation in the UK since 2014, identifying potential recovery opportunities for shareholders in UK public companies.

Andrew drove the launch of the UK’s first such claim, the high-profile case against Tesco PLC for a large group of institutional investors, following Tesco’s admission of a profit overstatement in late 2014 (at his previous firm, Stewarts).  That case received widespread press coverage until it settled successfully in 2020, after he joined Fox Williams, where he then launched a second securities litigation claim against Tesco arising out of the same facts, for a larger group of institutional investors, which settled successfully in September 2021.

Andrew is currently leading Fox Williams’ second (his third) major securities litigation case against Glencore PLC, for more than 200 institutional investors, arising out of the coordinated global settlement by Glencore in 2022 of an array of investigations brought against it and its group companies by the US DoJ, the UK SFO and other agencies, which has so far seen t pay more than £1billion in penalties, for admitted bribery and corruption on a global scale.

Together with new Fox Williams’ partner, Matthew Reach, Andrew spearheaded the building and launch of the firm’s third (his fourth) securities litigation claim against Petrofac Limited, for more than 70 institutional investors, in May 2023.  This latest case arises out of the guilty pleas entered by Petrofac to seven counts of breach of the UK’s Bribery Act in October 2021, for Petrofac’s bribery and corruption over a sustained period of many years from October 2011. 

Andrew is dual-qualified in the UK and Australia, having worked at global law firm Baker McKenzie in Sydney before relocating to London in 2012.


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