Jean-Baptiste Poulle is a leading member of the French Bar in financial markets and banking regulatory matters. He has advised on some of the most innovative financial products and services in the recent past, including putting together post-market collateral management documentation for a leading depository. He has extensive expertise on the marketing of financial instruments in France (in particular AIFs and structured products). He has also been heavily involved in the implementation of MiFid II and is currently advising financial institutions on Brexit related restructurings and reorganizations and in the implementation of French anticorruption regulations. Jean-Baptiste regularly represents financial institutions in enforcement proceedings before the financial and banking regulators (AMF/ACPR/ECB).
AMAFI (Association Française des Marchés Financiers),
AFPDB (Association Française des Produits d'investissement de Détail et de Bourse)
Jean-Baptiste Poulle graduated from Sciences-Po Paris and ESSEC, and obtained a PhD in capital markets law from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. He has held various teaching positions at top French universities and has also published extensively on financial markets and banking law.