The ongoing financial regulatory reform is having a significant impact on how financial institutions conduct business and how financial markets operate. However, while these reforms can present challenges due to their often complex nature, they can ultimately lead to risk reduction, more stability and even new cross-border business opportunities by introducing third country and passporting regimes.
Kitty LieversePartner Attorney at law
Kitty Lieverse, attorney at law, is the chair of the Banking & Finance practice group. She specializes in supervision of the financial markets and is professor financial supervision laws at the Radboud University of Nijmegen.T: +31 20 578 57 55 M: +31 6 51 28 93 06 E: [email protected]
Eveline HellebuyckCounsel Attorney at Law
Eveline Hellebuyck is a counsel in our Brussels office and a member of Loyens & Loeff’s Banking & Finance practice group in Belgium. She has extensive experience in banking and finance, and financial and regulatory matters.T: +32 2 743 43 99 E: [email protected]
Michael SchweigerLocal Partner Attorney at law / Avocat à la Cour / Solicitor
Michael Schweiger, local partner, is a member of the Banking & Finance practice group in our Luxembourg office. He leads the Luxembourg financial regulatory team and regularly advises banks, e-money and payment institutions, insurers, and other clients regarding financial regulation.T: +352 466 230 520 E: [email protected]