Tamara Raoufi is an associate in the financial regulation group at Slaughter and May in London. Her practice incorporates transactional, contentious and advisory work for a wide variety of financial and non-financial institutions. During her time at Slaughter and May, she has advised on the supervision and regulation of investment firms, banks and lenders. She has also recently advised a number of banks on M&A, governance and restructuring issues, in particular as part of their response to Brexit. Tamara graduated with a degree in international relations and history from the University of St Andrews in 2012, and qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2017.
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