I am a lawyer acting for payments companies and companies in the FinTech sector. My expertise combines banking and financial law with new technology to assist the growth of companies in these sectors.

I work in the bank, finance, payments and FinTech industry. I use my skills in economy and management to provide the best advice possible regarding the applicable law. I provide my expertise in French speaking countries, especially France, Belgium and Luxembourg but also French speaking countries in Africa.

As a junior associate, my practice spans a number of key sectors in the firm. Recently I have been working on matters across the financial service sectors and in particular payments, data protection, new technology and anti-money laundering. My past experience includes a major authorisation for a payment institution, advising on a response to a data erasure request, commonly known as a 'right to be forgotten' action, and advising a worldwide company on the Brexit issues.

I recently undertook my training at the firm which provides me with exposure to our other practice areas. I am able to draw upon this experience when advising a client facing a regulatory issue. Having spent time in our FinTech department I have seen the formation of complex contracts and have an understanding of the important operational clauses that become central to a dispute.

As part of my training contract I spent six months working in a London-based solicitors office specialised in banking and finance, providing commercial insight and giving me exposure to factors that influence a business' risk appetite when encountered with potential litigation.

  • Implementation of e-payment solutions and passport authorisation in French, Belgian and Luxembourgish jurisdictions.
Education
  • HEC, Master, law and international management
  • Paris Bar School (Ecole de formation des barreaux de Paris)
  • Master, Business Law (Master 2 droit des contrats et des pratiques commerciales)
Admissions
  • Paris Bar (2019)