Paul Hopman is predominantly involved in a wide variety of financial regulatory and litigation related matters, focusing on resolution of disputes between financial institutions and their retail and wholesale customers.

He advises banks, insurance companies, investment firms, investment funds, and other financial institutions on the impact of financial services regulation in the Netherlands, Europe and internationally. He also advises on securities transactions, financial instruments, capital requirements, payments, settlements, market structure, governance and surveillance KYC/AML and supervision of markets, including market access.

Paul boasts significant background knowledge of the financial markets. He has built up this knowledge over the last 20 years on account of his direct involvement in a number of extensive (investigation) compliance-related projects and a large number of high-profile financial litigation matters, as well as his advice with respect to the disinvestments and restructuring, including a number of very large portfolio sales, which have been executed in the financial sector over the last few years. Paul is also involved in a broad range of new financial (service) providers entering the Dutch and European market, including those ones that apply for licenses in the Netherlands due to Brexit.