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Sarah Wrage advises German and international banks and financial services institutions as well as other companies on all aspects relating to banking regulatory law, payment services law and investment law. The main focus of her work is to give advice on licensing, capital requirements, duty of care and organisational requirements, compliance, and regulatory implications of transactions. Furthermore, Sarah assists her clients in the implementation of new financial products, particularly in the payment area.
In investment law, Sarah primarily offers advice and support to asset management companies, investment fund managers and investors regarding the structuring and setting up of investment funds as well as the permissibility of investments and the distribution of funds.
Before joining us, Sarah worked for several years in a German law firm in their public economic law practice. Sarah studied in Mannheim and London and completed her legal traineeship in Rhineland-Palatinate and in Malta at the German Embassy. After having been admitted to the bar in Frankfurt, Sarah earned an LL.M. (State and Administration in Europe) with a particular focus on banking supervision law at the German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer and finished her doctoral thesis on administrative transparency.
- LL.M., German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, 2016
- Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Zweibrücken, 2012
- First State Exam in Law, University of Mannheim, 2010
- Dr. iur., German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer