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Despoina Souroviki

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OVERVIEW

Despoina is an associate of Maples and Calder's Luxembourg Office in the Finance team.  Despoina’s expertise covers banking and financial law with a focus on international financial law including securitisations, international bond issues, syndicated loan agreements and derivatives. She advises on various types of cross border financing and banking transactions. She also has experience in EU supervisory law and in particular authorisations, withdrawals, qualifying holdings, own funds, passporting and fit and proper assessments as well as matters related to the interpretation of the SSM Regulation.

BACKGROUND

Despoina joined the Maples Group in 2022. Before joining Maples she worked as a Legal Trainee and then a Legal Analyst in the supervisory law division of the European Central Bank. She has also worked as a Legal Tech Project Manager at Cosmonauts Ltd, a consultancy agency based in London. She completed her legal traineeship in Greece where she worked as a Trainee Lawyer at a law office. 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Bar Association of Veria

LANGUAGES

English

German

Greek

Spanish

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Finance

BAR ADMISSIONS

2019 – Admitted as an attorney at law in Greece (does not practise as a Greek attorney at law)

EDUCATION

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Bachelor of Laws, Law,  2017

King’s College London, UK, Master of Laws, International Financial Law, 2019

 

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