Côme Chaine specialises in Banking & Finance, law regulatory matters, and in financial markets regulation and litigation. He advises French and foreign banks, assets management companies and investment funds concerning their structures, their products and their regulatory framework (prudential ratios, internal control, conduct of business rules).
Admitted to the Paris (2011) and New York (2010) bars, he holds a LL.M from the Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago (USA, 2009), a postgraduate degree (Master 2) in Business Law from the University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne (2008), a Master’s degree in Sciences & Management specialized in Business Law from the University Paris-Dauphine (2008) and a postgraduate degree (Master 2) in Intellectual Property Law from the University of Paris XII (2007).
He joined the law firm De Pardieu Brocas Maffei in 2011 as an associate.
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.