Adrien Delle-Case is a Policy Advisor for Digital Finance Regulation & Policy and UniCredit fellow at the Institute of International Finance (IIF) in Washington D.C, the global association of the financial industry. Adrien began his career as Legal Expert in the Compliance department of UniCredit Bank AG (member of the UniCredit Group) in Munich, Germany. He focused on financial crime regulations related to anti-money laundering (AML), financial sanctions and anti-corruption. He subsequently became the Head of UniCredit Bank AG's General Policy Matters AML team and was involved in developing and implementing the bank's AML policies across all business lines, as well as representing the bank in the AML Working Group of the Association of German Banks. Adrien is currently seconded to the IIF's Digital Finance Regulation & Policy team, where he focuses on policy developments in the digital space, with an emphasis on AML and financial data management.
Adrien has a law degree from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and qualified as a lawyer after his clerkship under the responsibility of the Bavarian Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection.