is an international consultant who focuses on advising insurers and other financial institutions on a range of transactional and regulatory matters. She has over 20 years' experience of advising financial institutions on the full range of corporate issues, including share and business acquisitions, joint ventures, reinsurance, longevity transactions, distribution agreements and group reorganisations. Ms Swirski has also advised multinational insurers on key regulatory developments impacting the sector, including general governance issues, the Senior Insurance Managers Regime, with-profits regulation, Solvency II and Brexit issues. Ms Swirski has played an active role in the development of the regulatory environment for insurers in the UK and has previously liaised with HM Treasury on changes to Part VII legislation, and was a member of a group of City lawyers responding to European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority Solvency II consultations. She was also a member of the insurance sub-group of the Financial Markets Law Committee, which most recently considered regulatory issues arising from Brexit.
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