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Etay Katz

Partner

London

Etay Katz

Partner

London

Etay advises a wide range of financial services providers on the impact of both national and international regulatory regimes on their operations. He also advises on strategic corporate transactions such as mergers, acquisitions and equity listings involving regulated financial services entities. Etay advises on the regulation of both retail and wholesale financial products and services.

Etay is the author of a chapter in Oxford University Press' prominent publication Financial Services Law and is the General Editor of Oxford University Press' Financial Services Regulation in Europe. He has been recognised as a leading individual for regulatory advice by IFLR1000 and is regularly quoted in the press on regulatory matters.

News & insights

Publications: 30 APRIL 2020

Covid–19 coronavirus: global survey of moratoria and forbearance measures (updated 30 April 2020)

This survey provides a high level comparative view of the measures to implement forbearance, deferral and/or suspension for debt obligations of individuals, corporates and financial institutions (as…

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Publications: 20 MARCH 2020

Covid–19 coronavirus: what should banks and other financial institutions focus on?

The Covid-19  pandemic presents an unprecedented challenge and will affect all walks of life.  The quantum of the impact is hard to determine at this stage although based on preliminary assessment and…

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Publications: 17 DECEMBER 2019

Dramatic December Election - Consequences for Financial Services Regulation

As the UK processes the result of December's general election and the political drama that entailed, we reflect on what it means for financial institutions’ Brexit plans.

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Publications: 29 NOVEMBER 2019

UK Jurisdiction Taskforce: The LawTech Delivery Panel Legal statement on cryptoassets and smart contracts

The UK Jurisdiction Taskforce carried out a consultation earlier this year to identify the key questions that needed to be answered about English law's approach to cryptoassets and smart contracts.…

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Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2000

Academic

LLB, Law, The University of Sheffield, 1997