Jack Prettejohn is a financial services lawyer based in London. He advises clients on a range of regulatory issues and is particularly involved in the development of the regulation of market infrastructure and derivatives both within the EU and cross-border.
Jack works with a variety of international clients with recent experience including the implementation of European legislation (including MiFID II and EMIR), development of derivatives products for trading on an exchange, foreign regulatory approval applications, the launch of an EU trade repository and compliance with FCA Rules. He has also advised on significant cross-border structuring issues in relation to the provision of trading platforms and commodities trading and on the developing regulation of benchmarks.
Prior to qualification, Jack trained in our London and Melbourne offices gaining experience in financial services and on secondments at the securities arm of a major European bank and a London-based global derivatives exchange, as well as in derivatives and insurance litigation.
Banks require specific resolution arrangements as a result of their interconnectedness with each other, the rest of the financial system, and the real economy..
May 17, 2018
In this latest banking reform updater, we discuss the international standard set by the Financial Stability Board (‘FSB’) regarding Total Loss Absorbing Capacity (‘TLAC’) and its European counterpart, the Minimum Requirement for Own Funds and Eligible Liabilities (‘MREL’) together with the European Banking Authority’s (‘EBA’) October 2017 opinion on the UK’s departure from the EU..
November 28, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has launched a comparative guide on the state of recovery and resolution laws for banks in Africa..
May 17, 2018