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Daniel is a senior knowledge lawyer in our Financial Services Regulatory Group.
He is responsible for the firm's financial services know-how and training requirements, which include assisting colleagues with ad hoc queries, maintaining core know-how, horizon scanning, producing thought leadership content, preparing technical briefings for clients, delivering training to clients and colleagues, engaging with trade bodies and policymakers, speaking at client events such as seminars and webinars, and designing knowledge initiatives to support regulatory change projects.
He has specialised in financial services law and regulation since 2008 and has significant experience advising businesses in the investment, banking, insurance and payments sectors on UK and EU regulatory requirements, as well as advising non-financial institutions on how regulation may impact their activities. In addition to spending time on secondment to a global financial institution, Daniel has worked at the regulator, where he gained practical insights into the implementation of policy proposals.
Daniel is a core member of the firm's digital assets and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) groups and delivers the Investment Association's introductory ESG and TCFD training programmes. He is also a member of the Data, Disclosure and Metrics and the Transition to Net Zero working groups of the Climate Financial Risk Forum.
|Since 2019||Senior Professional Support Lawyer, Taylor Wessing|
|2017 - 2019||Senior Associate, King & Spalding|
|2015 - 2016||Senior Associate, Financial Conduct Authority|
|2011 - 2014||Senior Associate, Mayer Brown|
|2008 - 2011||Associate, SJ Berwin|
|2003||Postgraduate Diploma in Law, BPP Law School|
|2002||Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School|
|2001||BA Hons Oriental Studies, Oxford University|
|Eurocrowd professional member|
Actualités et publications récentes
UK regulatory approach to cryptoassets: clarity at last?
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HM Treasury's Review and Call for Evidence on the PSRs: Opportunity to drive concrete change
par plusieurs auteurs