Represented a Russian bank in a dispute with a Cyprus company and a group of co-defendants. The dispute arose out of several SAPs for securities between the Russian bank (as the buyer) and the Cyprus company (as the seller), which were signed retrospectively by an unauthorised person. The seller entered a claim for the bank to pay the purchase price for the securities. The seller’s claims, totalling USD 200 m, were heard in several parallel international arbitrations. The bank was deprived of the opportunity to question the Cyprus directors and the selling company’s lawyers, as they had testified in writing. A joint team of BCLP and Cyprus lawyers managed to have the Cyprus court impose injunctions to search, together with IT experts, the premises, servers, computers and mobile devices of the defendants.