Banking and financial law
Business and corporate law
Languages: French, English
Mr. Tandeau de Marsac holds a degree in business law and tax law from University of Paris II (Assas) and a master's in general private sector law from University of Paris II (Assas). Mr. Tandeau de Marsac has been a member of the Paris Bar since 1984.
He partnered with Cédric Fischer and Jacques Toutain in 1987, and practices in the Banking – Finance – International practice group.
He has been the First Secretary of the Conference (1987), member of the Board of Lawyers (2001–2003), member of the Disciplinary Committee of the Paris Bar (2008–2001), and the president of the Association of European Mediators (2008–2010).
He teaches law of regulation and of liability of wealth management advisers at France's leading business school, Ecole Supérieure de Commerce, and University of Paris II (Assas), and speaks regularly at symposia and conferences on this topic. He is vice president of the Company of Financial Experts and Advisers (CCEF), president of the Financial Services Commission of the International Association of Lawyers, a designated expert at the French Institute of International Legal Experts (IFEJI), and member of the International Arbitration Institute (IAI).
He is notably the author of the following:
"The Liability of Wealth Management Advisers,", Litec, Lexis-Nexis 2006
He is also the author of numerous publications in banking and financial law, in international law and in wealth management law.