Financial services regulation is an “intriguing beast”, Peter Hagias says, and in a post-royal commission world, he saw an opportunity to grow a business and share his expertise.
On this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Peter Hagias, who is the director of Tecne Lawyers and AFSL House, to discuss the launching of his two businesses and how the Hayne royal commission has presented numerous opportunities for lawyers with financial services experience to assist companies to better understand the regulatory and compliance landscape, and carve out niches in a B2B context.
The pair also discuss the supposed differences between traditional law and NewLaw and what will constitute a unique offering post-pandemic, as well as how and why boutique practices should look to offer consulting services.
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