focuses his practice on domestic and cross-border financial services regulation, offerings of regulatory instruments by banks, as well as structured financing transactions (including covered bonds, asset-backed securities and other asset-based financing transactions). He regularly represents financial institutions in regulatory proceedings and investigations as well as banking litigation cases, and his other areas of interest include debt restructurings, derivatives and corporate law.
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