Jones Day has hired an in-house fintech specialist at JPMorgan Chase for its New York financial markets practice, as Washington, DC partner Lisa Ledbetter departs for Reed Smith.
17 September 2021
The Biden administration has tapped the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s acting chair Rostin Behnam to fill the role on a permanent basis, and nominated replacements for two of the Commission’s three vacancies.
15 September 2021
Lauren Mogensen, Bank of America’s global compliance and operational risk executive, is set to succeed David Leitch as the bank’s general counsel later this year.
13 September 2021
Payments regulatory practitioner Oliver Irons is set to join Simmons & Simmons as a partner in its London office.
09 September 2021
A senior hand at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has joined Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom.
08 September 2021
A Bank of New York Mellon managing counsel has joined Fieldfisher's London office, while Ashurst has continued the expansion of its finreg practice with a new partner hire in Sydney.
19 August 2021
“I think we will begin to see a fair degree of divergence”: In the first of GBRR’s "Heads Up" series, profiling the heads of banking regulatory practices, we sat down with Linklaters’ global head of financial regulation Peter Bevan, to discuss the future of UK and EU regulation post-Brexit, the challenges of running a global practice, and why the shift to sustainability may be the dominating theme of the next decade of regulation.
16 August 2021
The superintendent of New York’s financial regulator has announced her resignation, after being named in the state attorney general’s report on allegations of sexual harassment by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
16 August 2021
Crypto exchanges Binance and Coinbase have lost their recent big-name hires from US regulators – former acting comptroller of the currency Brian Brooks and the SEC’s former trading and markets division director Brett Redfearn respectively – who have both departed after only months in post.
11 August 2021
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher has established a new dedicated global financial regulatory practice, headed by partners in London, Hong Kong, and Washington, DC.
09 August 2021
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