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New regulatory lawyer at Hogan Lovells
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14 Feb 2024 / corporate law Print

New regulatory lawyer at Hogan Lovells

International law firm Hogan Lovells has hired the former head of legal at the Bank of England, Sinéad Meany, to join its London office.

She will work in the group covering financial institutions and insurance as a regulatory lawyer and head of thought leadership.

Meany (small picture) gained experience of cross-border supervision and regulation at the UK Prudential Regulation Authority.

Global regulatory change

She is familiar with EU law and processes, in particular the European Banking Authority and the Single Supervisory Mechanism of the European Central Bank.

She is a dual qualified lawyer – in England and Wales, and Ireland – and will focus on helping clients to navigate the risks and opportunities arising from global regulatory change, digital transformation and ESG (environmental, social, and governance).

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