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Vote - Daniel Winterfeldt (Positive Role Model Award - LGBT)
Nominating & Voting is now closed for the 2018 National Diversity Awards!
Global Capital Markets Partner and Senior Diversity Advisor, Reed Smith
D&I Consultant, CMS
Founder and Chair, InterLaw Diversity Forum
Daniel’s practice focuses on representing US, UK, European and Asian investment banks and corporate issuers in a wide range of securities transactions, including Rule 144A and Regulation S equity and debt offerings; Category 3, Regulation S transactions for US companies listing in the United Kingdom; rights offerings; exchange offers; equity-linked securities offerings; initial public offerings and secondary and follow-on offerings of equity securities, including SEC-registered transactions. He also provides ongoing US securities advice to the London Stock Exchange through the Forum for US Securities Lawyers in London, of which Daniel is the founder and co-chair.
The InterLaw Diversity Forum works to foster diversity and inclusion in the legal sector, and to promote meritocracy in all sectors by working to 'level the playing field', in order to create environments where the best talent can succeed. Since its founding the InterLaw Diversity Forum has expanded its scope beyond LGBT+ to encompass all strands of diversity and inclusion, including Race & Ethnicity (BAME), Disability, and social mobility, with a particular focus on cultural change in the workplace and 'multiple identities'/intersectionality. The Apollo Project, with the Financial Times, promotes workplace cultural change. Its Purple Reign art project features LGBT+ and ally role models. Its 2012 report, Career Progression in the Legal Sector, is now being updated for 2018 with new research data. Its annual charity fundraiser, the Winter Carnival, which to date has raised over £500,000 for the Albert Kennedy Trust and Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline.
The InterLaw Diversity Forum currently has more than 4,000 members and supporters from 215 law firms and chambers, and from 280 corporates and financial institutions.