Côme Chaine’s practice focuses on banking and financial regulation, asset management, and insurance law (approvals and passports, changes of control, portfolio transfers, distribution of financial products, governance, AML-FT, etc.). In addition to credit institutions and insurance companies, he advises fintechs in relation to their organizational rules and good conduct. Côme also assists companies on compliance issues (anti-corruption, whistleblowers, international sanctions) and foreign investment control.
Member of the New York (2010) and Paris (2011) bars, he holds a LL.M from Northwestern University School of Law (Chicago, 2009), a Postmaster degree in Business Law from University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (2008) and a Master’s degree in Sciences & Management specialized in Business Law from the University Paris-Dauphine (2008).
He joined the law firm De Pardieu Brocas Maffei in 2011 as an associate and was appointed as Counsel in 2022.
Côme Chaine is also co-author of several articles:
- “Insurance & Reinsurance: France” – The European Lawyer Reference, November 2014;
- “Plateformes de financement participatif : quelles avancées réglementaires ?” Décideurs : Stratégie Finance Droit, April 2014;
- “Financement des start-up et recherche d’investisseurs : un parcours d’obstacles” Décideurs : Stratégie Finance Droit, October 2013.
- “Chambers Banking Regulation 2022 Global Practice Guide – French Chapter” by Corentin Coatalem and Côme Chaine, Chambers & Partners, January 2022
- “Banking Regulation in France : Overview 2022” written by Corentin Coatalem and Côme Chaine, Thomson Reuters Practical Law, January 2022