Peter Snowdon is a partner in the financial services group, specialising in financial service regulatory law. Before joining us Peter worked in the General Counsel’s Division of the Financial Service Authority advising on on EU regulatory law, cross border issues and money laundering.
Peter’s areas of practice include financial services regulatory law, passporting and cross border issues, anti-money laundering, financial promotion, retail banking and consumer credit.
Peter advises a broad range of clients from both the retail and wholesale sectors.
Peter is a regular speaker on financial service regulatory issues. Peter’s was joint author of the E-commerce chapter in Butterworths Regulation Law Service and author of the money laundering chapter of Financial Services Law (Oxford University Press) Financial services regulation.
Peter sits on the Futures and Options Association Anti-Money Laundering Committee and is a regular speaker on financial services regulatory issues.
The Norton Rose Fulbright financial services team invite you to the 9th annual MIG seminar..
July 12, 2016
An overview of the potential issues that a legal due diligence review of a legacy UK mortgage loan portfolio may identify.
November 29, 2016
The European Commission has published a number of proposed measures that form part of its work to reduce risk in the EU banking sector, as set out in the Communication Towards the Completion of the Banking Union..
November 24, 2016
Peter Snowdon comments on whether brass plating is a possible regulatory option for banks post-Brexit. .
May 08, 2017
A new report has found that the patchwork nature of regulatory equivalence provisions means that, for the UK financial services industry, the current European model of equivalence will not provide a solution which will replace the benefits of passporting in their entirety..
January 11, 2017