Anne Fontaine focuses on clearing and settlement systems, the regulatory aspects of banking and financial services, and M&A involving financial institutions.
She regularly assists Belgian and foreign financial institutions, in both domestic and cross-border transactions and has been involved in the drafting of various pieces of financial legislation.
What others say
"Anne Fontaine perfectly understands the stakes involved and is used to working with regulated entities. She is responsive and her advice is very clear." (Chambers Europe, 2023)
"Clients stress that Anne Fontaine is 'a pleasure to work with' and offers 'a true expertise in all regulatory topics.' She assists with a wide array of regulatory issues, acting for clients from the insurance, reinsurance and banking sectors." (Chambers Europe, 2022)
"I work with Anne Fontaine. She is knowledgeable, approachable, pleasant, available, and achieves results within a very short time." "‘I have been working with Anne Fontaine and her team for a number of years now and they always provide an excellent service. Anne is very responsive and the team provide clear and pragmatic advice. They are also always willing to accommodate client’s demands. The team has in depth knowledge of the regulatory framework and covers a very broad range of legal areas which is very valuable." (Legal 500, 2022)
"Great knowledge of the post-market industry (in particular regarding central depositories regulatory issues)." "She is a big name in the Belgian financial services law market for good reason; she has seen it all." "A leader in her field in the market." (IFLR, 2022)
More about Anne
Anne received her law degree magna cum laude from the University of Louvain (UCL) in 1990. She subsequently obtained a post-graduate degree in international law from the University of Leiden in 1991. Anne joined NautaDutilh as a partner in January 2003.