Cleary Gottlieb Joins the European Banking Institute

March 26, 2018

Cleary Gottlieb has been invited to join the European Banking Institute as a supporting member.

As part of Cleary’s membership, Frankfurt partner Gabriele Apfelbacher will represent the firm on the European Banking Institute’s Advisory Board.

About the European Banking Institute

 Based in Frankfurt am Main, the European Banking Institute is an international center for banking studies designed to promote an in-depth dialogue between scholars, regulators, supervisors, industry representatives and advisors on issues concerning the regulation and supervision of banking and financial institutions and financial markets. The European Banking Institute is a joint venture of 28 European preeminent academic institutions which have decided to share and coordinate their commitments and structure their research activities in the field of banking regulation, banking supervision, and banking resolution in Europe.

About Cleary Gottlieb’s Banking and Financial Regulatory Practice

 Advising banks, financial services firms, exchanges, and other infrastructure providers on regulatory, transactional, and enforcement matters has always been a focus of Cleary’s global practice. The firm has dedicated teams in the U.S. and the main financial centers in Europe, including in London, Frankfurt, and Paris, serving many of the largest and most systemically significant EU, U.S. and international financial institutions, both in the public and private sectors, as well as a number of EU and U.S. governments and regulatory agencies. Cleary offers clients the benefit of a fully integrated global practice encompassing a vast range of financial regulatory matters, including analysis and implementation of EU and U.S. regulatory reforms, M&A, and capital markets transactions in the financial sector, as well as regulatory litigation, enforcement, and compliance matters.