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Abidjan, Aguascalientes, Almaty, Amsterdam, Antwerp, AsunciĂłn and 113 more

Mathias Hanten

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Dr. Mathias Hanten heads the German service line Banking & Finance. He focuses on advice in financial services and regulatory law. His clients are institutions in Germany, EEA, and third countries.With regard to regulatory law,

Mathias deals with ownership control, licensing questions, European passport issues and matters with regard to SRM, SSM, CRD IV, AIFMD, AML, MiFID II and related matters. Mathias is a frequently recommended lawyer in banking law with JUVE. Together with a partner of a magic circle firm, he was ranked first in Kanzlei Monitor 2015/2016.

He is a frequent lecturer at universities (especially Frankfurt, Freiburg, Tübingen, St. Gallen and Academy of European Law, Trier) and professional associations such as the Association of Foreign Banks in Germany.

Mathias was appointed as an expert for the finance committee of the German Parliament in banking restructuring matters.

Germany: Banking and finance

Financial services: regulatory

Within: Financial services: regulatory

Deloitte Legal Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH’s regulatory practice surrounding Mathias Hanten has been strategically expanding: After the arrival of Alexander Heist as salaried partner from the BaFin in May 2016, at the start of 2017 the team also gained Hannes Bracht as counsel from Sernetz • Schäfer. A strong focus lies on Brexit-related matters for large international banks and the practice also has expertise in the FinTech sector and concerning regulatory matters in connection with business in Iran, such as advising an Iranian financial institution on the establishment of a German branch after the lifting of European sanctions.

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