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Rob Moulton is “well regarded for his work assisting clients with substantial matters in the non-contentious regulatory space.” Clients praise his “incredible wealth of knowledge,” particularly on the finer points of financial regulation, and also appreciate his “tremendous level of maturity and understanding.”

Chambers UK 2019

Rob Moulton

  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom

Rob Moulton is a partner in the London office of Latham & Watkins and Global Co-Chair of both the firm's Financial Institutions Group and Financial Regulatory Practice.

Mr. Moulton specializes in financial services regulatory advice and has vast experience advising investment banks, governments, corporate finance houses, clearing houses, fund managers, insurers, stockbrokers, and online trading business on a variety of legal and regulatory risk management matters. He has particular expertise in the FCA’s Conduct of Business Rules, European regulatory developments such as MiFID and MAR, and contested enforcement actions.

Mr. Moulton is recognized in the Hall of Fame in The Legal 500 for financial services non-contentious regulatory.

Mr. Moulton’s experience includes advising:

  • Syndicate banks on the US$1.085 billion refinancing of Aston Martin
  • A bank on the amendment and restatement to term loan and revolving credit facility for TUI AG, a Germany-based travel and tourism company
  • Primary Markets, the holding company for DirectBooks, a digital platform that aims to streamline the communications process for primary offerings of corporate bonds, to design the service, and provide regulatory advice in a large number of jurisdictions as the service was being built
  • The underwriters on the initial public offering of Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), the largest IPO in history
  • Thomas Cook on the financial services implications of their collapse
  • A leading US investment bank on compliance with the new Benchmarks Regulation, including in its sensitive role as the administrator of a number of benchmarks
  • Numerous banks and other financial services clients in relation to important MiFID preparation and implementation projects
  • Senior managers of a number of investment banks in relation to the FCA’s Senior Managers Regime
  • A series of asset managers on their responsibilities under AIFMD
  • An investment bank on issues arising from a market abuse investigation
  • An investment bank on issues arising following a review of its CASS processes
  • An investment bank on its global approach to product governance in light of MiFID II
  • An investment bank on the regulatory aspects of the acquisition of another FCA regulated firm
  • A private bank reviewing the effectiveness of its suitability processes
  • A series of firms on compliance with the PRIIPs regime
  • A number of benchmark administrators on compliance with BMR
  • A structured products manufacturer on compliance with the MiFID Product Governance requirements
  • A number of firms on developments in the investment research industry such as the use of big data
  • A number of global banks on cross-border and extra-territorial aspects of finance services regulation, including relating to Brexit
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