Financial Services Risk Management

Financial Services, Risk Management, AML and Regulatory Reporting Subject Matter Experts

Our subject matter experts (SMEs) have extensive experience in helping clients to fully understand and respond effectively to international compliance obligations in the fast-moving regulatory landscape.

We specialise in understanding precise client needs and the markets within which they operate. This allows us to design and operationalise bespoke Target Operating Models and frameworks.

Review and assessment

Engagements typically start with a senior-level current state assessment of the current position. A documented review is provided, including outcomes of stakeholder interviews and comparisons of clients’ internal financial crime framework, policies and controls to industry best practice. We are then able to identify critical gaps in comparison with regulatory requirements, and provide a list of recommendations for meeting these obligations

Further scoping and activities can include:

Assessing and outlining specific regulatory demands

Stakeholder engagement including updates to senior executives and presentations to critical personnel

Acting as lead advisor for compliance procedures and high-risk escalations

Redesigning and embedding operating frameworks

Creating group-wide policies and standards, procedures and first-line operational toolkits

Leading and managing group-wide consultations on frameworks and delivering for board approval

Advising on digitisation and AI strategies

Executing operational change programmes

Case Studies

Bringing true diligence to due diligence

A financial services company approached Campion Willcocks because it was unhappy with its current due diligence provider. The company was planning an investment in a European asset management firm, and did not feel like it had the requisite clarity and confidence to proceed with the planned investment based on the information from its current provider.

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Enhanced due diligence on a key hire

A nominated advisor wanted to avoid the potential for reputational and financial damage by undertaking an enhanced due diligence report on a potential new board member of its client company. The board member had seemed ‘too good to be true’ and had already been approved by internal due diligence checks.

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Tracing the assets of a sensitive PEP

Our client suspected that a person of interest had undeclared and/or hidden assets. The Campion Willcocks team was tasked with verifying the subject’s known assets as well as identifying any additional assets that the target may have intentionally hid from our client.

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