Dan is a member of the Paris Bar and a graduate of both Université Jean-Moulin-Lyon-III law school (DESS Droit et finance de l’entreprise) and EM Lyon business school.
Dan began his career within a criminal law firm before working as a Clerk to the Judge heading the 15th Chamber of the Paris Court of Appeal (banking and financial litigation). He spent many years ‘in house’ within the Global Litigation department of BNP Paribas and lead the “Criminal Proceedings and Regulatory Enforcement” team of the Group prior to joining the litigation practice of Allen & Overy, in 2014.
Dan now specialises in litigation work, notably in the field banking and finance. He represents private and corporate clients before all criminal, civil and commercial courts. He has a particular expertise in complex white collar crime (market abuses, money-laundering, corruption, sanctions, etc.) and commercial cases involving banks, investment service providers and large corporates.
Dan also assists clients in the implementation of internal investigations or in the context of enquiries, inspection, or enforcement proceedings initiated by financial regulators (AMF, ACPR).
Posts by DanBenguigui
- An ‘intent to deceive’ is all you need…
- Unexplained Wealth Orders (and remainder of the Criminal Finances Act) come into force
- Hard lessons from the English court on legal professional privilege
- Full disclosure: Where can documents disclosed to the regulator end up?
- FCA and PRA confirm changes to their enforcement decision-making processes
Mind your step: Hong Kong SFC warns of cryptocurrency and ICO risks - aoinvestigationsinsight.com/mind-step-hong…
Australian agencies responsible for the enforcement of foreign bribery laws release self-reporting guidelines - aoinvestigationsinsight.com/australian-age…
Using artificial intelligence to fight financial crime – a legal risk perspective - aoinvestigationsinsight.com/using-artifici…
Market abuse controls: Global approaches vs. local requirements – which one wins? - aoinvestigationsinsight.com/market-abuse-c…
UK National Economic Crime Centre: a period of stability for UK economic crime, but is it enough? - aoinvestigationsinsight.com/uk-national-ec…