Daniel Leslie is a banking and finance lawyer. Daniel routinely acts on project financings and general financings, while also providing specialist advice on anti-money laundering matters.
Daniel’s experience includes project finance and general leveraged finance, with focus on the infrastructure and energy industries. His expertise uniquely extends to bank regulatory and risk advisory matters, including advising on anti-money laundering issues. He is the author of the highly acclaimed legal textbook titled “Legal Principles for Combatting Cyberlaundering”, following a government-sponsored research on bank regulations and cyber-security at the Max Planck Institute in Freiburg, Germany.
Daniel had previously worked with prominent international law firms in the banking and finance sector, and he worked formerly as an associate legal officer at the International Criminal Court. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (English Literature), LLB (cum laude), LLM and a Ph.D. degree in international anti-money laundering law.