Rachel is a regulatory commercial lawyer, advising on a broad range of issues in the financial services and technology sectors, including regulatory matters, commercial contracts and transactional work.
A large part of Rachel’s work is for the financial services sector, particularly those introducing innovation and new technology. Rachel’s clients include wealth management firms, broker dealers, placement agents, insurers, insurance brokers and SIPP operators.
Her experience includes acting on the sale and purchase of various regulated companies, assisting with FCA authorisation and change of control applications, advising on regulatory requirements relating to the launch of new products and services, advising on changes to FCA rules, compliance with PRA and FCA rules and EU regulations, advice on contingency planning for Brexit, drafting and negotiating contracts including customer terms of business, KYC and IPID documents, appointed representative agreements, distribution and outsourcing agreements.
Rachel has considerable experience in advising on and preparing contracts and terms of business, both business to business and business to consumer. She advises a broad range of businesses including information technology and web-based business, manufacturers, financial services and life sciences.
“Rachel has provided us with the highest level of service for a number of years. We are in a business where agility is demanded and Rachel has responded to our requirements with great pace and skill which has been extremely valuable to Bio.”
Bio Trading Limited