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Maggie Lund

Senior Associate

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

Maggie is a Senior Associate at CMS and advises (re)insurers, banks, fund managers and other financial services firms and market participants on a range of conduct and prudential regulatory issues. 

While at CMS Maggie has been seconded to an international bank.

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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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05/05/2023
FCA confirms changes to UK equity markets transparency regime and finalises...
In PS23/4: Improving Equity Secondary Markets, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed a range of targeted changes to the UK’s post-trade transparency regime, pre-trade transparency waivers...
05/05/2023
FCA confirms changes to UK equity markets transparency regime and finalises...
In PS23/4: Improving Equity Secondary Markets, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed a range of targeted changes to the UK’s post-trade transparency regime, pre-trade transparency waivers...
02/02/2021
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...
02/02/2021
The new prudential regime for investment firms: key points from the first...
Key points to note from the Consultation Paper What is covered in the Consultation Paper and what is missing? The Consultation Paper includes the first tranche of draft rules that will form part of a...
28/08/2020
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”)...
28/08/2020
The new prudential regime for investment firms: prudential consolidation...
BackgroundFrom 26 June 2021, it is expected that the IFR/D will apply in the EU (subject to certain transitional provisions). Having played a significant role of the design of IFR/D pre-Brexit, the UK...
24/06/2020
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...
24/06/2020
The new prudential regime for investment firms: key points from the latest...
The UK Parliament published a Written Statement (HCWS309) from the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, which provides a high level update on the UK Government’s post-Brexit approach to certain...
10/06/2020
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...
09/06/2020
The new prudential regime for investment firms: ten key points to know...
From 26 June 2021, it is expected that the Investment Firms Regulation (the “IFR”) and the Investment Firms Directive (the “IFD”) will apply, subject to certain transitional provisions. The new...