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Maggie Lund

Maggie Lund

Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English, Russian, Czech, Slovak

Maggie is an Associate at CMS and advises (re)insurers, banks, fund managers and other financial services firms and market participants on a range of UK and EU conduct and prudential regulatory issues. She also advises clients on longevity and credit risk insurance and reinsurance transactions and regulatory issues in the risk transfer market.

While at CMS Maggie has been seconded to an international bank and has advised a wide range of financial institution clients on structured finance and insolvency/restructuring transactions.

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Education

  • 2017 – MSc (LPC) Law and Business, University of Law, London
  • 2016 – Graduate Diploma in Law, University of Law, London
  • 2014 – BA, University of Oxford, Oxford
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02 February 2021
The new pruden­tial re­gime for in­vest­ment firms: key points from the first...
In Decem­ber 2020, the Fin­an­cial Con­duct Au­thor­ity (FCA) pub­lished the first of three planned Con­sulta­tion Pa­pers (CP20/24) (link) on the new UK In­vest­ment Firm Pruden­tial Re­gime (“IF­PR”), which is...
28 August 2020
The new pruden­tial re­gime for in­vest­ment firms: pruden­tial con­sol­id­a­tion...
In this art­icle, we look at the new pruden­tial con­sol­id­a­tion re­gime for in­vest­ment firm groups set to be in­tro­duced by the In­vest­ment Firms Reg­u­la­tion (“IFR”) and the In­vest­ment Firms Dir­ect­ive (“IFD”)...
24 June 2020
The new pruden­tial re­gime for in­vest­ment firms: key points from the latest...
On 23 June 2020, the UK Gov­ern­ment, HM Treas­ury and the FCA pub­lished a num­ber of state­ments and pa­pers on fin­an­cial ser­vices, in­clud­ing in re­la­tion to the new pruden­tial re­gime for in­vest­ment firms...
10 June 2020
The new pruden­tial re­gime for in­vest­ment firms: ten key points to know...
The pruden­tial re­gime for in­vest­ment firms in the UK and EU is ex­pec­ted to change sig­ni­fic­antly in just over a year’s time, res­ult­ing in changes that firms need to un­der­stand and pre­pare for now. From...