PwC strengthens its financial services legal practice

Jan 03, 2018

Marco Boldini has joined PwC’s legal practice as a director in its financial services regulatory practice.

 

Marco joins from asset management firm ETF Securities where he is European Regulatory Director overseeing all regulatory functions across Europe and analysing the impact of emerging regulation.

 

At PwC, Marco will lead and build on the firm’s legal regulatory offering to its asset management clients.  Marco will advise on matters such as the impact of Brexit on the cross-border distribution of financial products in Europe, the challenges on the distribution of financial products after MIFID II implementation and local EU market restrictions on the distribution of financial products.

 

Ed Stacey, head of legal services at PwC, said:

“We are delighted to have Marco joining our growing legal practice. As we see the impact of  regulation continue and Brexit negotiations gather momentum, his expertise will help us further develop our financial services practice and support for clients in the asset management sector.”

 

Marco Boldini, said:

“I am excited to join PwC to lead the legal asset management team and to build a truly distinctive multi-disciplinary offering in the market.  I’m excited to be able to combine my industry expertise with my legal advisory experience to advise our asset management clients on regulatory matters.”

 

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