Protiviti has appointed Stuart Campbell as an Associate Director. Mr Campbell joins Protiviti’s Financial Services Industry team, where he will focus on helping his clients achieve regulatory compliance. He brings with him more than 11 years’ experience in his previous ‘Big Four’ firm’s Regulatory Advisory practice, where he was responsible for assisting clients in the traditional and alternative investment management sectors with, among other things, the FSA authorisation process, new European Directives and the FSA capital adequacy and prudential supervision requirements. Commenting on his appointment, Campbell said “Regulated financial services businesses face numerous regulatory risks. The pace of change in new products, new systems and market conditions as well as regulatory initiatives creates the need for regulatory risks to be identified and appropriately managed. Clients need effective and timely advice to respond to these changes and Protiviti is building a strong reputation in this area.”
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