Brown Rudnick Hires FCA’s Head of Investigations, Jamie Symington
PUBLISHED ON: 01/02/2018
LONDON – December 19, 2017 –International law firm Brown Rudnick LLP is pleased to announce that it has hired Jamie Symington as a partner to work alongside partners Peter Bibby and Chloe Pawson-Pounds in its contentious financial regulation team.
Jamie's arrival will help build on the team's strong reputation for acting for firms and individuals facing inquiries from and investigations by financial regulators.
Jamie brings a wealth of experience from his 18 years at the FCA (previously FSA) where he has been Director of Investigations since November 2015. His experience includes running major regulatory enforcement cases, being a member of the senior enforcement team with oversight for all high-risk FCA cases and projects and deciding FCA strategy and policy. On the criminal side, Jamie was responsible for establishing the criminal investigation and prosecution function at FCA. He has also spent significant time dealing with international regulators.
Peter Bibby, who leads Brown Rudnick’s contentious financial regulation team, said: "I am delighted that Jamie has chosen to join us to add further strength to our contentious financial regulation team bringing his vast experience of FCA's regulatory enforcement and criminal powers. Clients will benefit from his wealth of experience and insight."
Neil Micklethwaite, Managing Partner of Brown Rudnick’s London office, said: "This is an exciting hire which further strengthens the firm's growing London disputes practice and shows our commitment to building a market leading White Collar and Government Investigations practice both here in the UK and Firm wide. I look forward to Jamie joining us."
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