About Ben Kingsley

Ben Kingsley is a partner advising both financial institutions and non-regulated firms on the UK and EU financial regulatory aspects of a broad range of matters and projects including: group reorganisations and corporate restructurings; new capital issuances; transactional structuring to achieve regulatory capital efficiencies; new authorisations; joint ventures; mergers and acquisitions; developments in European regulatory policy and rule-making; corporate governance and conduct of business requirements, including client asset rules; securities laws; complex funding structures; regulatory perimeter issues; e-money, payment and mobile banking services, including innovation in the fintech sector; market conduct issues. Ben has considerable experience in advising on the UK and international anti-money laundering and financial sanctions regimes and also co-heads the firm’s fintech team. As a member of the firm’s global investigations group, Ben has also advised a range of financial sector firms on the conduct of internal regulatory investigations and in relation to the management of regulator-led enquiries and investigations. He is a member of the Regulatory Committee of the City of London Law Society.


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