Miroslav is a member of the practice group Banking & Finance and he advises financial institutions and non-financial entities across a wide range of topics in the areas of banking, capital markets and investment funds law. Qualified in multiple jurisdictions, he is regularly advising clients operating at international level on complex legal questions with the cross-border element, including those related to the provision of financial services, cross-border capital raising as well as structuring and distribution of investment funds. He is highly experienced in advising FinTech companies on legal questions related to the application of new technological solutions in finance (crypto-assets, DeFi, Robo-advisory etc.). Miroslav also regularly advises financial investors (private equity and venture capital funds) in the course of M&A transactions in the financial sector as well as on compliance with the emerging ESG regulatory framework in the EU.
|Since 2022||Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2021||Professional Support Lawyer, Taylor Wessing|
|2020 – 2021||Foreign Lawyer, Hogan Lovells LLP|
|2017 – 2020||Senior Associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers PwC|
|2022||Admitted as a European Lawyer in Germany|
|2022||Admitted as a Solicitor in the Republic of Ireland|
|2022||Admitted as a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales|
|2020||Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme, Kaplan QLTS, London|
|2016||LL.M. in International and European Law, Europa-Institut, Saarland University|
|2014||Bachelor of Law with Honours, University of Novi Sad, Serbia|
The Law Society of Ireland
The Law Society of England and Wales
thinkBLOCKtank Luxembourg, Co-head of the Market Integrity & AML Working Group
International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA), Working Group Finance
Regulation of Buy-Now-Pay-Later in the EU: new regime on the horizon
FTX Collapse: (non)safeguarding of client assets & the lessons learned
One of the largest crypto-exchanges in the world, FTX, collapsed almost overnight. Miroslav Duric summarizes what happened.
Regulation of NFTs in the EU
With different jurisdictions taking different paths in terms of regulatory classification of NFTs, the question can be raised: where the EU is currently standing, and more importantly, where it is heading when it comes to this topic?
Decryption - understanding virtual asset regulations in the EU, UAE and UK
Dr. Verena Ritter-Döring
Senior Knowledge Lawyer