Mathias Hanten is a partner based in DLA Piper's Frankfurt office and heads the Frankfurt Finan-cial Services Regulatory team. His team focuses on the regulatory issues that arise in banking, investment management and capital markets, particularly on regulatory licensing and notification procedures, and on capital adequacy questions under CRD IV and Basel III, including hybrid capital issues, outsourcing agreements and deposit protection. He also advises on regulatory matters in cross-border M&A, restructuring transactions and under the European Passports (Mi-FID, Banking Directive, Payment Services Directive and AIFMD). His pro bono activity includes working for the Romanian Helsinki Committee on the Right of Assembly and he also represents immigrants seeking political asylum in Germany.
His academic experience includes lecturing in banking law at the University of Applied Science in Trier and he is a frequent speaker on financial services regulation and other legal topics at insti-tutes including the Institute for Law and Finance, the Graduate College 'Global Financial Markets', Universities in Jena and Halle, the Financial Services Lawyers Association (FSLA) in London, the Association of Foreign Banks in Frankfurt and the St. Galler Tagung zur Finanzmarktregulierung in Zurich. Mathias Hanten publishes in legal and financial journals, commentaries on the Banking Act and the German Capital Investment Act and he has also co-edited a benchmark book on out-sourcing in the Financial Services Industry. He is currently co-editing a commentary on the Ger-man Deposit Guarantee and Investor Compensation Act that will be published in late 2014. Mathias Hanten has served as an expert on the Financial Committee of the German Par-liament and he is an active member in several societies that focus on the History of the Law.
"Debt Funds - A Regulatory Challenge?"
10 October 2013
- DZ Bank Room, House of Finance, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Campus Westend, Grüneburgplatz 1, 60323, Frankfurt am Main
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