Charlotte is a lawyer in the London office of the global financial services regulatory team.
Charlotte focusses on the retail practice and heads the regulatory transactions team. She helps financial sector clients with retail businesses understand and implement UK and EU regulatory requirements and manages regulatory change projects (including MiFID II, RDR, PRIIPs). Charlotte has particular expertise in distribution, consumer credit, senior managers regime, ring-fencing requirements, product governance and conduct risk.
Charlotte also helps predominantly private equity clients in M&A, IPOs, take-private activity, including co-ordinating global regulatory approvals.
As part of her wider experience since qualifying in 2001, Charlotte has worked at other leading global law firms in New Zealand, Dublin and London specialising in retail and wholesale financial regulation and corporate finance, banking and capital markets. She has also been an in-house lawyer for a private equity firm and was a regulator at the FCA specialising in retail conduct risk. Charlotte brings to the team a unique exposure to the full spectrum of retail products and services and a wide breadth of transactional and advisory experience. Charlotte regularly writes and speaks externally and trains on her areas of expertise and has co-authored a retail banking law handbook.
Insbesondere die Auswirkungen des Austritts Grossbritanniens aus der EU für den Finanzstandort London haben in den letzten Monaten im Fokus gestanden..
25. September 2018
On November 23, 2018, the FCA published its second Brexit consultation, Consultation Paper 18/36: Brexit: Proposed changes to the Handbook and Binding Technical Standards – second consultation (CP18/36). In CP18/36 the FCA sets out its proposals for amending the Handbook and onshoring BTS related to those statutory instruments that HM Treasury published after its first Brexit consultation paper published in October. A list of the HM Treasury statutory instruments and BTS covered by the consultation can be found in Annexes 3 and 4 of CP18/36. .
December 13, 2018
On 14 November 2018, Prime Minister Theresa May formally announced that a draft agreement had been reached with the EU on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU (the Agreement) – which will occur on 29 March 2019. .
November 30, 2018
The Association of Foreign Banks (AFB), in conjunction with global firm Norton Rose Fulbright, has launched its second report on the impact of Brexit on the foreign banking sector in the UK. .
September 20, 2018
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has today announced 45 promotions worldwide, including 41 partners and four promotions to the South African equivalent of director..
April 27, 2017