Bruno Rosenbaum is a partner at KSF and head of the Firm’s International Client Services & Development division, where he advises the firm’s diverse international clients in domestic and non-domestic securities litigation. Mr. Rosenbaum specializes in securities fraud class actions, international financial regulation, officers’ and directors’ fiduciary and non-fiduciary obligations, and a vast array of securities law violations where damages to shareholders have occurred and an opportunity exists to recover losses, enhance corporate governance, and protect investors against misconduct and fraud.
Prior to joining KSF, Mr. Rosenbaum worked with several major international law firms in New York, Paris, Luxembourg, and Miami, focusing on U.S. and global securities litigation, passive loss recovery opportunities and corporate transactions. Bruno is licensed in New York, Paris and Luxembourg. Mr. Rosenbaum is fluent in English and French, conversant in German, Portuguese, and Spanish, and has elementary knowledge of Italian and Luxembourgish. Mr. Rosenbaum received his LL.M. from Columbia Law School, where he served as editor for the Columbia Journal of European Law; an MBA and a Master II from Assas and a Master I from the Sorbonne.
- LL.M., Columbia Law School
- M.B.A., Panthéon-Assas Paris II
- Master II, Panthéon-Assas Paris II
- Master I, Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris I
- New York