European Union: Financial Services

Reprinted from: The European, Middle Eastern and African Antitrust Review 2018 | Global Competition Review | Sep 11, 2017 | Sep 11, 2017

Cadwalader partner Vincent Brophy and special counsel Tom Bainbridge have written a chapter in Global Competition Review's annual Antitrust Review, entitled "European Union: Financial Services". The article provides a summary of EU antitrust developments in the financial services sector, including commentary on the recent proliferation of EU antitrust investigations, the interplay with financial regulatory enforcement and the development of private litigation. Against that background, the article addresses certain practical aspects to be considered when dealing with antitrust cases in this sector.

Click here to read the full chapter.

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Cadwalader is a market leading law-firm in the financial services sector, and we have a long-established presence in the key legal markets of London, Brussels, New York and Washington DC.  In Europe, our antitrust team is one of the few to have a particular focus on financial services, and as a result we have built a reputation as one of the few go-to firms for complex, multi-jurisdictional investigations and litigation in this sector.  Vincent Brophy, Tom Bainbridge and the rest of the team have been involved in many of the most high profile and notable financial services investigations that have arisen in recent years.

 

 

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