Margot Sève works on cases involving complex cross-border compliance and enforcement matters, including the resolution of proceedings involving French and U.S. regulatory agencies and prosecutors relating to corruption, economic sanctions, money laundering, terrorism financing, market manipulation, banking secrecy and data protection.
Ms. Sève also advises clients on their compliance programs, and on matters relating to mergers and acquisitions, such as sanctions, corruption, money laundering and banking regulation due diligence.
She edits the “White Collar Crime and Compliance” chronicle in the Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Financier (Corporate Finance and Capital Markets Law Review – Thomson Reuters) and is a published author. In particular, Ms. Sève has written dozens of articles on compliance, enforcement and financial regulation, as well as the book La Régulation Financière Face à la Crise (“Financial Regulation in the Face of the Crisis”). She holds a doctorate from the Sorbonne in regulatory law and received the HEC/Allen & Overy Prize for her work on regulation.
Ms. Sève teaches compliance matters and co-manages the Compliance MBA of the Financia Business School. She also serves as secretary of Skadden’s Paris Diversity and Inclusion Committee.