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Practice areas

  • Banking and Finance

Nandini Sur is an Associate in our Banking and Financial Services team. She is also qualified to practise in New York. She advises private banks, payment service providers, asset managers and wealth managers on implementing and complying with financial services law and regulation. 

In her previous role Nandini worked for a magic circle firm in both New York and London and has extensive international and cross-jurisdictional experience. She has co-authored the Practical Law guide to Establishing a financial institution in the UK (England and Wales).

Nandini advises payment service providers, private banks, asset managers and wealth managers on a wide range of financial services law, including the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II), the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD 2), the Senior Managers & Certification Regime and the Mortgage Credit Directive. Her work includes reviewing and drafting client-facing documentation for regulatory changes such as MiFID II and advising on the application of FCA rules and guidance.

Nandini has a particular interest in the firm's growing fintech practice and has worked on the establishment of several fintech products and services.  

Memberships and Accolades

Nandini is the co-author of the Practical Law guide to Establishing a financial institution in the UK (England and Wales).

Testimonials

"We work principally with Nandini Sur. Whilst demonstrating good pragmatism and flexibility, she never loses sight of the need to be technically sound. Her advice comes at a price, but she adopts a sensible approach to agreeing fees and, in my experience, represents good value for money." (Legal 500 2021)

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