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Nick Bradbury

Partner

London

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Nick Bradbury

Partner

London

Nick is a partner in our Financial Services Regulatory practice. He regularly advises some of the world’s leading banks, broker-dealers, asset managers and other financial institutions on regulatory issues. Nick has advised on the full range of regulatory change the financial industry is facing, including recovery and resolution planning, bank structural reform, derivatives trading and clearing, MiFID II, the Senior Managers Regime and Brexit.

An area of particular focus for Nick is on the regulation of the wholesale financial markets and financial market infrastructure (securities and derivatives trading venues, custodians, payment systems and clearing houses). He also has extensive experience of advising on the regulatory aspects of corporate transactions and restructuring in the financial institutions sector.

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Publications: 17 October 2022

The future regulatory framework – principles and process

This paper discusses the way forward for the UK as it moves out of the legislative orbit of the EU and commences the wider regulatory reform programme proposed by the UK government. 

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Publications: 21 September 2022

Financial Services and Markets Bill: Regulating central counterparties and central securities depositories

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Publications: 15 September 2022

Financial Services and Markets Bill: The Designated Activities Regime in the UK

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Publications: 16 August 2022

Financial Services and Markets Bill - Revocation, restatement and replacement of onshored EU law

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Office

London

One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2005

Academic

MA, Law, Christ Church College, Oxford University, 2001

 

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