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Nick Bradbury



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Nick Bradbury



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.

News & insights

Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) Enforcement Actions Tracker

Publications: 30 OCTOBER 2020

Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) Enforcement Actions Trends and Tracker

The SFC published its annual report for 2019/2020 in June and recently published its quarterly report for Q2 2020.

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Publications: 15 OCTOBER 2020

The MiFID Review - a ‘stocktake’ on recent publications impacting wholesale financial markets participants

Over the last two months, the industry have seen a number of proposals from both the European Commission and ESMA in relation to the MiFID Review.

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Publications: 17 APRIL 2020

MiFID 2.5 (or 3) – What you need to know during 2020

As required by the existing framework, the MiFID II review has begun but what is not clear at this stage is whether it will be a complete re-write or simply MiFID 2.5. 

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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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Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2005


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


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