PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has recruited David Kenmir to join its UK financial services (FS) regulatory practice. Kenmir joins PwC from the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and has 20 years regulatory, senior management, and change management experience from his career at the FSA and its predecessors.
Kenmir will be responsible for helping to develop the range and depth of FS regulatory related services offered by PwC to its clients, drawing on his previous experience as a senior regulator.
During his career at the FSA, Kenmir held a number of senior roles including managing director of the retail markets business unit, managing director of the regulatory services unit, director of the investment firms division and chief operating officer (COO), and was a member of the FSA board, executive and regulatory policy committees.
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