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Diana advises clients across the retail banking and payments industry, from large and established financial institutions to small FinTech start-ups. In an increasingly complex regulatory landscape, Diana keeps abreast of the latest commercial and technological developments to provide clients with practical advice tailored to their businesses.
Diana champions innovation and regularly helps clients navigate the intersection between their business plans and regulatory obligations. She is able to assist on sector-specific regulation including the Consumer Credit Act, the Payment Services Regulations, BCOBS, CONC, and MCOB, as well as the impact of unfair terms, consumer rights, and AML on the financial services sector.
Diana is also able to draw on in-house experiences gained during two secondments with global banks, and on her time as a trainee in financial services disputes.
Supporting financial institutions to implement and comply with the UK Consumer Duty at all levels of their business
Providing specialist regulatory input on corporate transactions involving major UK and global banks
Assisting FinTechs and financial institutions throughout their journeys to become authorized financial services firms in the UK
Advising FinTechs and Financial Institutions on regulatory requirements, coordinating the application process and providing ongoing BAU support
Advising on the relationship between Artificial Intelligence and the Consumer Duty
Coordinating extensive multi-jurisdictional regulatory reviews
Advising on the scope of various consumer credit activities, including mortgage and credit broking
- Master of Law, Cornell University, 2019
- Bachelor of Law, King's College London, 2018
- Solicitor, England and Wales
- Attorney, New York