Régine Feltkamp is professor at law at the University of Brussels (VUB) since 2007 where she currently teaches the course "Principles of private law", "Selected topics of law of obligations and contract law", "Financial and Economic Law". From 2014-2016 she also teached the course "Monetary and Finance law".
Admitted to the Brussels Bar in 1998, Régine Feltkamp is, after having worked at the international law firm Coudert Brothers LLP, Coppens Van Ommslaghe & Faurès (until 2005) and the independent Belgian law firm Eubelius (until 2007) now partner at the Brussels niche law firm MODO, where she heads the regulatory department which focuses mainly on the energy sector and the financial sector. Her area's of specialization are commercial and contract law, financial law, collateral law and energy law. She particularly enjoys combining here expertise in financial law and energy law.
R. Feltkamp has been working for more than 10 years as a business transaction lawyer with focus on the energy, banking and the innovation sector, amongst others for power exchanges, transmission system operators, energy suppliers and governmental bodies. R. Feltkamp is expert in the regulatory framework applicable to and functioning of trading venues in the energy sector, market coupling (including CACM), product qualification (also taking into account financial regulations), wholesale trading (including REMIT) and license obligations.
Régine Feltkamp is (co-)author of several contributions on various economic, and financial law issues. She has addressed different energy related topics (power exchanges, REMIT, supply contracts).