Nathaniel Lalone, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman UK LLP, has a broad range of experience in the regulation of financial products and financial markets, and frequently provides regulatory and compliance advice to trading venues, clearing houses and buy-side firms active in the over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives, futures and securities markets. He is actively involved in advising clients on the implementation of MiFID 2 and MiFIR in the European Union as well as the international reach of US financial services regulation. He also has significant experience with structuring and documentation relating to OTC derivatives and structured products.
Prior to joining Katten, Nathaniel was a member of the US Regulatory and the Derivatives and Structured Finance practices at Allen & Overy LLP.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Nathaniel W. Lalone
FCA Announces Launch of Green FinTech Challenge is the National Law Review’s 2019 article of the year. Authored by John Ahern, Carolyn H. Jackson, Nathaniel W. Lalone and Neil Robson of Katten Muchin’s London Financial Services group, this article not only announced the UK Financial Conduct Authority ‘s (FCA) “Green FinTech Challenge” launch, but it also took the extra steps of outlining key criteria that should be included in successful grant applications, examples of green solutions the UK FCA was looking for, and key deadlines. Even in niche areas like UK Green Fin Tech, this article received over 80,000 page views and provided NLR readers with actionable to-do’s and insight into the FCA’s goals.