Protiviti has made three appointments to its growing financial services industry (FSI) practice in London. Robert Nieves, Jonathan Jesty and Bernadine Reese all join Protiviti as directors, having previously held positions at a ‘big four’ firm. Nieves, Jesty and Reese bring with them a combined total of over 50 years’ experience of assisting financial sector clients resolve their operational and regulatory business risks. They all have experience in the corporate and investment banking, private banking and investment management segments. Reese and Jesty will be focusing on expanding the company’s European regulatory risk management practice, while Nieves will be focusing on operational and technology challenges that his clients face. The three new hires follow the announcement in early October of Andrew Clinton’s appointment as managing director of Protiviti’s FSI practice in London.
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