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    Disciplinary rules for bankers: a challenge for banker and bank alike

    The seminar on "Disciplinary Rules for Banks" was held on Tuesday 26 May 2015, organised by the Foreign Bankers' Association in partnership with Van Doorne.

    The aim was to create stimulating dialogue about the possible implications and sticking points of the recently introduced disciplinary rules for bankers. We succeeded in that aim: representatives from the big banks as well as niche players got actively involved in the debate. Guest speaker Hubert Schokker from NVB set the ball rolling, discussing how the disciplinary regulations came into being and the choices that were made along the way.

    In their talk Simone Hoogeveen and Sjoerd Kamerbeek from Van Doorne then discussed how disciplinary rules could be a prelude to civil (class action) claims, hence any disciplinary complaints received must be handled tactically. Finally, Els de Wind and Constant van Tuyll shared their thoughts on various employment law aspects of the disciplinary rules for banks, such as the option of dismissal when disciplinary sanctions are imposed. A follow-up session is already being planned.

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    Leonie Rammeloo

    Counsel, Lawyer

    Leonie has a broad-based civil-law practice. Her practice focuses on  professional liability matters, in which she mainly represents lawyers and civil-law notaries (and their insurers) in civil and disciplinary proceedings. Furthermore, she often represents educational institutions. Leonie is a member of the Amsterdam Board of Discipline.

    Simone Hoogeveen

    Partner, Lawyer

    Simone is partner at Van Doorne and has a wealth of experience with Litigation and Insurance law.

    Constant van Tuyll van Serooskerken

    Lawyer

    Constant is a specialist in the labour law practice, with a focus on the financial sector and FinTech. He advises clients on various topics at the intersection of labour law, financial law and business law, such as (financial) remuneration policy, employee participation, HR regulatory and corporate governance. He also works in the area of individual and collective dismissal law.

    Sjoerd Kamerbeek

    Partner, Lawyer

    As corporate law specialist, Sjoerd advises clients on stakeholder management and counsels companies on commercial and corporate disputes and litigation. In addition, he assists with strategic mergers and acquisitions in connection with takeover and shareholder disputes.

    Els de Wind

    Partner, Lawyer

    Els works since 1985 at the interface of employment law and corporate law, with a focus on transaction work, transfer of undertaking, reorganisations, internal investigations, (European) employee participation, privacy and executive advice. She is a leading expert in the field of European and international employment law and heads the International Employment team.