Forum on

European Banking Enforcement

September 23 - 24, 2021 Surrey, United Kingdom
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Overview

The Steering Committee welcomes up to 48 leading attorneys and senior in-house counsel who specialize in enforcement matters for financial institutions. Participants are drawn from the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, and complimented by a select few representatives from the United States and Asia.

Using candid, seminar-style discussions at this annual meeting, the group shares the most pressing issues they face on behalf of their clients or companies. Participants examine trends and developments in every jurisdiction to learn how others address these problems, and they work together to identify solutions.

2021 Steering Committee

This elite group, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.

Committee Members

  • Arwen Handley Hogan Lovells International LLP London, United Kingdom
  • Michael Lyons Clifford Chance London, United Kingdom
  • Claire McLeod Head of Litigation, Investigations and Enforcement, EME Barclays London, United Kingdom

    Claire McLeod is the Head of Litigation, Investigations, and Enforcement, Corporate and Investment Banking for Barclays Bank PLC in the EME region. In this role, she manages a wide range of enforcement investigations with regulators and law enforcement, internal investigations, criminal proceedings, and civil financial markets litigation. Claire has been at Barclays for 8 years, prior to which she was a solicitor at Simmons & Simmons LLP, advising clients on investigations, litigation, and financial crime issues, including on transactions, systems and controls, and compliance programmes.

  • Dr. Robert Müller Managing Director / Associate General Counsel, Head of Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement Germany and EMEA Deutsche Bank AG Frankfurt, Germany

    Dr. Robert Müller is a member of Deutsche Bank’s legal department. He is the head of Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement in Germany with regional responsibility for Germany and EMEA (excl. UK). Robert Müller is a member of the Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement Global Management Team. In his role, he has responsibility for a very broad range of litigation, regulatory, and enforcement matters, with many of these matters having a global reach.

     

    He joined Deutsche Bank in 2003 and worked in the Bank’s offices in Frankfurt am Main and London. Before he took over his current role he supported Deutsche Bank’s capital markets business.

     

    Robert Müller is the author of various legal publications. He studied for the bar at the University of Würzburg and received a doctor’s degree from the faculty of law of the University of Heidelberg.

  • Dr. Sven H. Schneider Hengeler Mueller Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwaelten mbB Frankfurt, Germany
  • Jake Scrivens Managing Director, Head of Litigation, EMEA & APAC UBS Hong Kong
  • Judith Seddon Ropes & Gray International LLP London, United Kingdom
  • John Terzaken Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP Washington, United States

Forum Director

  • Shóna Fox Forum Director Cambridge Forums Vancouver, Canada sfox@cambridgeforums.com M: +1 437 223 4354

    Shona graduated from the University College Dublin with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Spanish. She has a background in medical, insurance and financial administration. In her spare time, Shona loves to travel and enjoys planning trips all around the world.

CONNECT. ENGAGE. EXCEL. This is a different event, unlike any you've attended

Built on genuine interactions and spontaneous connections, the Forum is a unique opportunity for practical discussions between outside and in-house counsel considered preeminent leaders in financial institutions enforcement.

STILL UNSURE?

Learn why people return year after year

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The Forum on European Banking Enforcement is scheduled to take place from September 23 – 24, 2021 at Pennyhill Park in Surrey, United Kingdom. Please see our COVID-19 Precautions page for details on our commitment to safety.

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