Sullivan & Cromwell partner Evan Simpson shared his insights on ethics and capital markets at the sixth Law Society and American Bar Association capital markets conference on February 28 in London. Leading authorities discussed practical issues, such as new prospectus regulation, sanctions, corruption and AML, and recent developments in debt capital markets. Alderman Sir David Wootton of the City of London Corporation delivered the keynote address. Evan appeared on the panel, “Ethics and Capital Markets,” with Simon Wood of Addleshaw Goddard and Maura McLaughlin of Arthur Cox. They considered cross-jurisdictional ethical concerns in capital markets transactions and public M&A deals. Learn more about S&C’s European Practice Sullivan & Cromwell's Brussels, Frankfurt, London and Paris offices are home to more than 120 Europe-based lawyers. Together, they offer a premier choice of counsel in their respective jurisdictions and in cross-border transactions in Europe or on international transactions involving European parties. S&C's European, U.S. and Asia Pacific lawyers form seamless teams on international matters and in transactions with multijurisdictional elements. Evan S. Simpson, Partner Mr. Simpson is a member of S&C’s General Practice Group and is based in our London office. He advises European and U.S. clients across a broad range of cross-border corporate and M&A matters. His experience in securities matters includes both SEC-registered and exempt debt capital markets transactions, as well as equity capital markets transactions such as cross-border rights offerings and initial public offerings. He also advises SEC-registered European clients on corporate and disclosure matters and has worked on public and private cross-border M&A transactions.
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