Addleshaw grows financial regulation practice
Addleshaw Goddard has welcomed Lisa Lee Lewis as a partner in the firm’s financial services regulation team.
The practice advises clients on the Financial Services and Markets Act, the Prudential Regulation Authority and FCA rules, among others. According to Lewis, her new role at Addleshaw will see her focus on financial services regulation, authorisations and financial crime advice.
Rosanna Bryant, partner and head of financial services regulation at Addleshaw, said the firm “intends to grow our risk and compliance offering with increased capability in this space”, and described Lewis as a “highly experienced financial services solicitor and risk and compliance professional”.
Lewis joins Addleshaw after a decade as head of risk consulting of Norton Rose Fulbright’s EMEA advisory business. Prior to her role at Norton Rose, she was a compliance officer at Interactive Brokers and Hogan Lovells.