Neil Robson, a regulatory and compliance partner with Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, focuses his practice on counseling hedge and private equity fund managers and other investment advisers on operational, regulatory and compliance issues. He regularly addresses Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and EU authorization and compliance under both the EU Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFM Directive) and MiFID, cross-border issues in the financial services sector, market abuse, anti-money laundering and regulatory capital requirements, formations and buyouts of financial services groups, and structuring and marketing of investment funds. Neil is a frequent speaker at industry conferences regarding developments in UK financial services regulation, including the AIFM Directive, short selling and market abuse.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Neil Robson
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.