Charlotte De Thaye
is an associate at the firm. She practises banking and financial law, as well as commercial law in general. As a member of the digital finance team, she focuses on fintech matters and observes the impact of new technologies on banking and financial law. Charlotte is also interested in data protection law, and more specifically, in its interaction with new technologies such as AI and machine learning.
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