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Martina Stegmaier

Counsel

Frankfurt am Main

Martina Stegmaier
Martina Stegmaier

Counsel

Frankfurt am Main

Martina advises financial institutions, such as banks, investment firms and payment services providers as well as non-regulated companies on all aspects of German and European financial regulatory law.

Having worked many years as senior counsel of a global systemically important bank, she has particular expertise in prudential regulation and recovery and resolution including the relevant supervisory practice of the ECB and BaFin.

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Expertise

Practices

Financial Services Regulation

Sectors

Banks

Office

Frankfurt am Main

Bockenheimer Landstraße 2
60306 Frankfurt am Main

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as German Rechtsanwaeltin, 2011

Academic

Second German Law Degree, State of Hesse, Germany, 2011

First German Law Degree, University of Heidelberg, Germany, 2009