Gilles Laguesse is a lawyer specialized in banking and credit law. He also practises financial law and litigation in banking matters.
He is familiar with cases of banking regulation, compliance, embargos and financial sanctions, Fintechs, mortgage credits and SME credits, private banking (asset management and advisory), bank guarantees and payment services, bank and intermediaries’ liability, enforcement law.
Holding a degree from University of Liège, Gilles Laguesse has been registered with the Brussels Bar since 2008. He has a special educational background in international business law (Universiteit Maastricht, 2008) as well as experience of international law issues and their implications for companies. He speaks French, English and Dutch.
He currently teaches private law at ICHEC Brussels Management School. He has also taught commercial law at Solvay Business School, and has been teaching assistant at University of Liège in banking law. He also practises arbitration for the Belgian Arbitration Court for Sport.
His vision : “I believe that the best way to maximise chances of success on a file or a case is to consider the client and myself as part of the same team : listen to each other, understand and support each other, and eventually win together“.