Charlotte Dreisigacker

Associate

Dreisigacker, Charlotte

Charlotte Dreisigacker is an associate in the Investment Management group who advises banks, other financial institutions, payment service providers, fund managers, fintechs and financial infrastructure providers. She focuses her practice on licensing issues, day-to-day regulatory compliance, product and fund structuring, outsourcing, organizational matters and regulatory change projects, such as the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II), Payment Services Directive II (PSD II), Benchmark Regulation (BMR) and EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation).

Prior to joining Curtis, Ms. Dreisigacker served as a legal trainee at the Higher Federal Court in Koblenz, specialising in labor law. During her legal traineeship, she also joined another international law firm and gained experience in banking and investment regulatory laws for over two years. While in law school, she studied at the University of Geneva, specializing in international private law and European law.

Ms. Dreisigacker regularly contributes to the European regulatory law blog Notizen zum Aufsichtsrecht.

Languages

German

French

English

Education

Higher Federal Court Koblenz, Second State Exam

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz / University of Geneva, First State Exam

Charlotte Dreisigacker is an associate in the Investment Management group who advises banks, other financial institutions, payment service providers, fund managers, fintechs and financial infrastructure providers. She focuses her practice on licensing issues, day-to-day regulatory compliance, product and fund structuring, outsourcing, organizational matters and regulatory change projects, such as the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II), Payment Services Directive II (PSD II), Benchmark Regulation (BMR) and EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation).

Regulatory Blog

Admitted to Practice

Frankfurt am Main