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Jack Prettejohn

Senior Associate

London

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Jack Prettejohn

Senior Associate

London

Jack has broad experience advising banks, brokers, investment firms, asset managers, traders and market infrastructure providers.

He specialises in regulatory issues primarily relating to prudential regulation, cross-border trading, remuneration, market infrastructure and corporate re-structuring. His practice ranges from strategic and interpretive advice to effecting legislative change and regulatory applications. He has undertaken secondments at BNP Paribas Securities Services, CME Group and the Bank of England's Legal Directorate.

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Boardroom with view of city and sky

Blog Post: 31 October 2023

Bankers’ bonus cap lifted: what does it mean for banks?

PRA and FCA plans to remove the bankers’ bonus cap requirements have been accelerated, giving banks flexibility to depart from a strict regulatory cap with immediate effect.

Read more Bankers’ bonus cap lifted: what does it mean for banks?

Publications: 30 October 2023

Removal of the bankers’ bonus cap: impact and next steps

Read more Removal of the bankers’ bonus cap: impact and next steps

Blog Post: 21 December 2022

Remuneration Update – Reimagining the ratio between fixed and variable bank pay

Read more Remuneration Update – Reimagining the ratio between fixed and variable bank pay

Publications: 12 October 2022

UK scrapping of the banker bonus cap – a strategy for boom or bust?

Read more UK scrapping of the banker bonus cap – a strategy for boom or bust?

Office

London

One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as a Solicitor (England and Wales), 2014

Academic

MA, Economics & International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2010

Published work

  • Practitioner’s Guide to MiFID II (Third Country Firms Chapter) (3rd edition), Sweet & Maxwell 2018
  • Banking Regulation 2017 4th Ed. (UK chapter), Global Legal Insights, 2017
  • EU v US intermediate financial holding company regimes, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 2017
  • Stay recognition requirements for third country law financial arrangements, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 2016
  • Contractual recognition of bail-in powers, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 2016
  • Practitioner’s Guide to MiFID II (Third Country Firms Chapter) (2nd edition), Sweet & Maxwell, 2015