Marlot Cuppen works in the Financial Services, Derivatives and Regulatory group, and is a member of the Financial Law team. Marlot advises (inter)national companies and financial institutions such as banks, investment firms and payment service providers on financial (regulatory) law. Previously, Marlot was a member of NautaDutilh’s Fraud & White Collar Crime team (criminal law) where she advised and represented (inter)national companies, financial institutions, auditors and governmental authorities on complex (inter)national matters concerning (anti-)money laundering, (anti-)corruption, fraud, forensic investigation, sanctions legislation and environmental and economic crime (i.a. Economic Offences Act, Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (Prevention) Act, Sanctions Act, EWSR) and labour accidents.
Marlot obtained a bachelor's degree in Dutch Law from Utrecht University. She graduated from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, where she obtained a LL.M degree in Private Law. Marlot joined NautaDutilh in 2018 and is admitted to the Amsterdam Bar.
Marlot regularly writes articles for NautaDutilh's Compliance & Business Integrity blog and the Current Affairs section on money laundering of Tijdschrift voor Sanctierecht & Onderneming.