is the managing partner and co-founder of Addison Bright Sloane. She is dual-qualified in England and Wales and in Ghana. Victoria has been practising for over 29 years, mostly in global law firms in the UK, where she rose to be a partner in what is currently the world’s largest law firm (by revenue). Victoria is a recognised expert in regulatory compliance, corporate governance, anti-bribery and corruption law and has participated in various anti-bribery and corruption panels and has contributed to several international legal publications on a wide range of subjects, including data protection and privacy, corporate governance, outsourcing and fintech regulation and practice.
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