Michelle Moran

Partner

One New Change
London EC4M 9AF
England
DX: LDE No: 58 London/Chancery

Michelle Moran is a partner in the firm’s London office, where she is a member in the investment management, hedge funds and alternative investments practice group.

Ms. Moran advises European and U.S. clients on the establishment, authorization, and management of retail and institutional investment funds in the UK, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Jersey. These include UCITS, hedge funds, private funds, investment trusts, real estate funds, segregated institutional portfolios, and exchange traded funds. She has worked on a wide variety of transactions involving investment managers, brokers, custodians, fund service providers, and operating platforms.

Ms. Moran’s extensive regulatory experience includes having participated on the EU Commission working groups responsible for formulating proposals to change UCITS legislation as well as representing numerous financial institutions on sensitive issues involving EU regulators in both contentious and non-contentious matters.

She also served as a member of both the Expert Liaison Group and the Investment Bank Advisory Panel formed by HM Treasury to advise on desired policy and legislative change prompted by the financial crisis. These groups focused principally on the drafting of the Banking Act 2009, related secondary legislation, and client asset law and regulation. She was appointed an officer of the International Bar Association’s Investment Funds Committee in January 2015.

Ms. Moran has been consistently recognized since 2005, initially as a Hot 100 lawyer and subsequently in Chambers and Legal 500. More recently clients have commented, Ms. Moran is “Praised for her ‘knowledge of the law and regulation’ surrounding the investment funds industry, the ‘responsive and commercial’ Michelle Moran has a ‘keen legal mind and is able to combine legal knowledge with an excellent business sense’ honed by her previous role as head of legal at Invesco. Moran is also abreast of regulatory developments in the market and is well-positioned to provide ‘proactive advice’ which is cognizant of the mood music coming out of Brussels”. Legal 500 2017 - Financial services (non-contentious/regulatory).

Education

  • LL.B., University of London (1993)
  • Legal Practice Course, College of Law, London (1995)

Admissions

Solicitor, Ireland, Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales
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