Kimberly Everitt is Baker McKenzie's knowledge lawyer for Financial Services Regulation & Enforcement, covering the EMEA region, and brings over a decade of experience to the team in both knowledge and fee-earning roles. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, Kim held roles specializing in contentious financial services regulation knowledge, and her fee-earning roles covered non-contentious regulation in the private equity and general financial services sectors.
Kim's practice spans both contentious and non-contentious regulatory matters, and she has experience in a wide range of financial services legal and regulatory issues. Kim has particular expertise in matters relating to investigations and enforcement, market abuse and misconduct, and regulatory change and reform. Kim is particularly interested in the future shape of both UK and EU financial services regulation after Brexit.
- England & Wales~United Kingdom (2011)
- New York~United States (2009)
- Harvard Law School (J.D.) (2008)
- University of Virginia (B.A. with distinction, Government) (2003)
Kim is a regular author of articles on financial regulation. Her writing has featured in a number of publications, including the Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, Compliance Monitor, the Journal of Investment Compliance, Business Law International, and Compliance Officer Bulletin.
Baker & McKenzie LLP, an English partnership, is a member of Baker & McKenzie International, a Swiss Verein.