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Collas Crill builds on regulatory expertise in Jersey

Collas Crill has appointed Jackie McLaughlin as Senior Regulatory Consultant to expand its compliance and regulatory services in Jersey.

Jackie joins the firm from BDO Advisory where she has worked as Senior Regulatory Consultant for a number of years supporting a range of clients from smaller regulated businesses to larger blue chip companies spanning deposit taking, trust and corporate, fund services, investment business and money service business.

Jackie has strong regulatory and commercial experience in the financial services industry, having previously held the position of Group Chief Compliance Officer at Sanne and Hawksford as well as senior governance risk and compliance role at Zedra. She has gained an in-depth knowledge of Jersey's regulatory requirements through her work as senior examiner at the JFSC, and is experienced in running major remediation projects.

Senior Partner Nuno Santos-Costa said: 'Jackie's appointment represents a significant step in the expansion of our risk and regulatory offering in Jersey and we are delighted to have her on board.

'Jackie's experience will allow us to offer compliance and regulatory consulting services in parallel to those we offer through Collas Crill Compliance in Guernsey as well as strengthen our regulatory investigations practice and our non-contentious regulatory practice.'

Jackie McLaughlin said: 'I am delighted to have joined Collas Crill. I am really impressed by the talent and experience in the risk and regulatory team and look forward to working with my new colleagues to deliver the best possible service to our clients.'

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