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            Andrew Jacobs

            Partner and Head of Regulatory Consulting

            Andrew has been a regulatory professional for 19 years, working across a number of different areas of financial services and provided advice to clients in a range of international jurisdictions. 

            Andrew has been a partner at two-top ten firms, providing regulatory expertise to clients. He also held board positions at several firms, where he was responsible for Compliance, Risk and AML.

            Andrew is a strong generalist having led FCA Skilled Person reviews, Due Diligence reviews, Advisory Projects and Internal Audits.

            Alongside the large-scale projects Andrew has undertaken and led, over the course of a number of years, Andrew has led the relationship and delivery for clients in respect of the provision of their core needs. This has included working for Insurance Brokers, Wealth Managers, Asset Managers, Fund manager and Brokers, supporting them with a full range of needs, from FCA/PSD authorisations applications at the inception of their business; conducting variations of their regulatory permission and providing ongoing compliance support services across the spectrum of regulatory matters. Work has included policy updates, horizon scanning, financial promotions, healthchecks and reviews of customer onboarding processes. He has also supported these clients with the adoption of new regulations in the areas of Market Abuse, the Fourth and Fifth Money Laundering Directives, MiFID II, Product Interventions changes, Brexit and the Senior Managers and Certification Regimes (SMCR).

             
            • Chartered Insurance Institute
            • Chartered Securities Institute

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