Bird & Bird (Milan)

Stefano Febbi

Bird & Bird (Milan)
Lawyer (Partner)

Stefano Febbi is a partner in the Finance & Financial Regulation Group and co-head of our Financial Services Group based in Milan. Since joining Bird & Bird in 2003, his focus has been on banking, financial services including payments services, and insurance regulation, advising prestigious financial institutions on their core business and regulatory compliance. His work includes drafting agreements and related documents for banking, financial and insurance products and services; advising clients on regulatory issues (including payments regulation), including disputes with regulatory authorities, and drafting essential operational agreements for financial institutions and insurance companies, such as distribution agreements, outsourcing agreements and tied agent agreements. Stefano Febbi advised several major clients on measures to comply with the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), the Undertaking for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities Directive (UCITS Directive), the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2), as well as the Consumer Credit and Transparency Directives. He also specialises in anti-money laundering legislation.

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Articles

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Annette Printz Nielsen, Hans Svensson, Kim Kit Ow, Slawomir Szepietowski, Stefano Febbi, Konrad Siegler, Michael Jünemann, Kristiina Lehvilä, Ivan Sagál, Michelle Chan, Shane Barber, Joost van Roosmalen, Trystan Tether, Pauline Kuipers, Scott McInnes, Cathie-Rosalie Joly, Adrian Calvo The Dutch Competition Authority publishes its report on the role of big techs in the payment market

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Dutch regulator calls for tighter regulation of Big Techs in payment market study On 1 December 2020, the Dutch competition authority (ACM) published its long-awaited report on the role of major technology firms (Big Techs) in the payment market. The publication of the report was expected in (...)

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