Financial institutions

Our team of more than 1,000 global financial institutions lawyers provide a full business law service to many of the world’s leading banks, asset managers, financial investors and insurance companies, both domestically and internationally.

"Established global practice with noteworthy expertise advising debtors and creditors on high-value international Brazilian finance deals." Chambers Latin America, 2020

From more than 50 offices in the world’s key business centers and the fastest growing markets, our lawyers are perfectly positioned to help clients realize their financial objectives and optimize opportunities presented by today’s market. We are able to draw upon our depth of experience across the financial services sector, providing tailored legal advice on high-level and complex assignments.

We are equally skilled at helping clients navigate the challenges resulting from disruptive technology and regulatory change, with extensive knowledge of digital risk, cryptocurrencies, distributed ledgers and smart contracts. We also offer clients a global cyber-crisis response team, with experience representing some of the world’s largest banks in regulatory investigations.

Our areas of work include

  • Asset and wealth management
  • Banks
  • Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity
  • Financial investors
  • Financial services and regulation
  • FinTech
  • Insurance
  • InsurTech
  • Regulation and investigations

Awards and accolades

  • Chambers Latin America, Brazil: Banking & Finance: International, Chambers and Partners, 2020
  • Chambers Global, Brazil: Banking & Finance: International, Chambers and Partners, 2019


Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright US Consultores em Direito Estrangeiro
Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright US Consultores em Direito Estrangeiro




Data issues in an investigation: Navigating a minefield

US Treasury publishes national strategy for combating terrorist and other illicit financing


US Treasury publishes National Strategy for Combating Terrorist and Other Illicit Financing



US SEC administrative tribunals in the crosshairs