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Piers Reynolds, Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Piers Reynolds

Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Freshfields' Financial Institutions Disputes Group has over 200 partners and associates across the UK, the US, Asia and Europe. The group advises a wide spectrum of financial institutions, including global investment banks, commercial and retail banks, asset managers, insurers, reinsurers and intermediaries. The group’s work covers a wide range of regulatory investigations, encompassing the wholesale and retail markets, as well as high profile, and often technically complex, litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.

As a member of the Financial Institutions Disputes Group, I have extensive experience in finance litigation and regulatory investigations, acting for investment, private, and retail banks, as well as insurers and other financial institutions. A large proportion of my practice is acting for Wealth Managers - advising on investigations, disputes, and regulatory risk (for example, systems and controls, conduct of business, and AML risks).

I have spent time on secondment to the Litigation team at Citi, and to the Group Regulatory team at Lloyds Banking Group, as well as working in-house as Head of Litigation at UBS Wealth Management in the UK. 

I speak regularly at conferences and seminars on regulatory and finance litigation issues.

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