Shearman & Sterling LLP multinational law firm headquartered in New York City, United States.

Thomas Donegan is a partner in the Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory practice. He advises financial institutions, including banks, exchanges, clearing houses, fund managers, brokers and settlement systems on legal and regulatory issues and in their business transactions.

Thomas has advised on the implementation and impact of the EU/UK regulatory reforms arising out of the recent financial crisis and how local initiatives fit into the global regulatory architecture including on EMIR, MiFID II, capital, recovery & resolution, governance, ring-fencing, the EU single market program, anti-money laundering issues and shadow banking reforms. More recently Thomas has been advising financial market participants on the potential impact of Brexit on their businesses.

Thomas’ clients include IntercontinentalExchange (ICE), Fairfax and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

He regularly publishes articles and speaks at industry seminars and conferences held by the British Bankers Association, ISDA as well as the Recovery and Resolution Summit.  He is also regularly cited in the media including the Financial Times and City Week on Brexit, MiFID II and other regulatory issues.