Florian Sintès advises financial institutions on the regulatory and transactional aspects of structured finance transactions. He is particularly involved in the structuring, documentation, and collateralization of transactions in complex financial instruments, such as over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives, repos, securities lending, and share buybacks.
Florian has experience in equity derivatives, including strategic acquisition, hedging and shareholding financing, and refinancing.
He is actively involved in Jones Day's global, cross-disciplinary LIBOR transition team, advising on the full range of legal and regulatory issues arising from the forthcoming market transition to alternative reference rates and is a speaker on these subjects.
Florian also assists institutional clients on the new financial regulatory environment in Europe.
- University of Paris II-Panthéon Assas (Master's in Banking and Financial Law magna cum laude 2017; University Degree in Banking and Financial Law summa cum laude 2016); King's College London (LL.M. in International Financial Law with highest distinction 2015)
- English, French