Search for:
A series of briefings that take a ‘bite-size’ look at international trends in financial services regulation, drawing on the expertise of Baker McKenzie’s experienced practitioners located across the globe.
Author

Karen Man is a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Financial Services group, leading the non-contentious Financial Services Regulatory practice. Her clients include global, Chinese and local banks, fund managers, brokers/dealers, money service operators and fintech firms. Karen is admitted to practice in Hong Kong, the UK, and Australia.

Author

Bill Fuggle is a partner in the Sydney office of Baker McKenzie where he is a leading adviser in financial services, capital markets and funds management transactions. Bill has been instrumental in drafting innovative structured products in Australia and has been engaged in key advisory roles in significant transactions in the Australian and Asian market.

Author

Gabriel Gómez Giglio practices mainly in banking and finance law in Baker & McKenzie’s Buenos Aires office. He is a correspondent of the Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation and International Company and Commercial Law Review. He is the author of more than 20 articles and book chapters on topics related to his area of practice published in the UK, Germany and Argentina. Mr. Giglio is a law professor at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and member of the Buenos Aires Bar Association.

Author

Amy serves as the Co-chair of Baker McKenzie’s North American Financial Regulation and Enforcement Practice, which provides our clients with a full range of regulatory advice and enforcement counseling. Previously, Amy has served as chief litigation counsel at the US Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) Philadelphia regional office and managed a team of lawyers overseeing a wide variety of enforcement matters and investigations.

Author

Author

Jennifer L. Klass serves as the Co-chair of Baker McKenzie's Financial Regulation and Enforcement Practice in North America. Jen is an experienced investment management lawyer with particular focus on investment adviser regulation and the convergence of investment advisory and brokerage services. She regularly represents clients before the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), both in seeking interpretative guidance and in managing examination and enforcement matters. Jen is a leading practitioner in digital investment advice and the use of FinTech in the asset management industry. Jen provides practical advice that is informed by her experience as Vice President and Associate Counsel at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where she represented the asset management and private wealth management businesses.

Author

Stephanie Magnus heads the Firm's Financial Services Regulatory and FinTech Practice in Singapore. She has significant experience in compliance, fintech in the financial services, insurance and commodities sectors. Her practice also includes mergers and acquisitions in the financial services sector. Stephanie is named in Chambers Asia Pacific for her "timely, practical and business oriented" advice, with a "deep understanding of the regulatory regime."

Author

Corinne Schot is the managing partner of Baker McKenzie's Amsterdam office as of October 2018 and is also a member of Baker McKenzie's Global Financial Services Regulatory Steering Committee and the Global Pricing Committee. Corinne heads the Amsterdam Diversity & Inclusion Initiative. She joined the Amsterdam Banking & Finance practice as a partner in 2011 and has been consistently recognized as a leading derivatives and financial regulatory lawyer in Chambers Global, Chambers Europe, Legal 500 and IFLR directories.

Author

Richard Powell is a knowledge lawyer in Baker McKenzie's global financial services regulatory group where he is responsible for supporting and developing the group's legal and technical knowledge. Previously he was a member of the UK Financial Conduct Authority's Enforcement Division where he advised on regulatory cases. He has also been an editor of Bloomberg Law's UK Financial Services Law Journal.