Katie Stephen > Norton Rose Fulbright > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Norton Rose Fulbright
3 MORE LONDON RIVERSIDE
LONDON
SE1 2AQ
England

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > Financial services: non-contentious/regulatory

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s work covers wholesale and retail financial services, with notable strengths in areas including banking, asset and wealth management and market infrastructure. In addition, the ‘clear, pragmatic and extremely responsive‘ firm has an experienced fintech regulatory practice and assists several regulatory working groups and market associations focusing on developing regulatory standards around Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), smart contracts, virtual currencies and blockchain. Imogen Garner and Hannah Meakin lead the practice in this area and are also co-heads of the wider non-contentious team alongside the ‘hard working, personable and, most importantly, extremely knowledgeable‘ Jonathan Herbst. The latter led in advising on regulatory aspects of leading derivatives market CME Group’s acquisition of the NEX group of companies. On the contentious side, the practice specialises in market conduct, cyber-security and internal investigations. Led by transnational regulatory investigations expert Lista Cannon, the team includes Katie Stephen, who acts on a wide range of contentious regulatory, as well as advising clients in relation to Skilled Persons reviews and internal investigations; and David Harris, who has particular experience representing financial institutions, corporates and senior executives in connection with various cross-border matters.

London > Corporate and commercial > Financial services: contentious

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s work covers wholesale and retail financial services, with notable strengths in areas including banking, asset and wealth management and market infrastructure. In addition, the ‘clear, pragmatic and extremely responsive‘ firm has an experienced fintech regulatory practice and assists several regulatory working groups and market associations focusing on developing regulatory standards around Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), smart contracts, virtual currencies and the blockchain. Imogen Garner and Hannah Meakin lead the practice in this area and are also co-heads of the overall non-contentious team, with the ‘hard working, personable and, most importantly, extremely knowledgeable‘ Jonathan Herbst. On the contentious side, the practice specialises in market conduct, cyber-security and internal investigations. Led by transnational regulatory investigations expert Lista Cannon, the team includes Katie Stephen, who acts on a wide range of contentious regulatory matters, as well as advising clients in relation to Skilled Persons reviews and internal investigations; and David Harris, who has particular experience representing financial institutions, corporates and senior executives in connection with various cross-border matters. Also notable in this area is counsel Sonya Zywko.