Robert Dedman joins Navigant’s Investigations and Compliance arm

19 May 2017 Consultancy.uk

Navigant has added regulatory expert Robert Dedman, formerly the founder and Chief Counsel of the Bank of England's Regulatory Action Division, as Director in its Global Investigations and Compliance practice. He brings extensive experience of the UK and international regulatory frameworks to the firm and its clients.

Prior to joining Navigant, Robert Dedman worked at the Bank of England as the Chief Counsel of its Regulatory Action Division, which he founded, for almost four years. He previously served as a Manager at the Financial Services Authority from 2010, having joined the institute in 2007 as a Senior Associate. Earlier roles include Lawyer for the Ministry of Justice; Lawyer at the Court of Appeal (Civil Division); and several roles at law firm Macfarlanes.

Dedman holds a Bachelor of Science in Law and French from the University of Surrey, a Master of Law in UN Law, Law of Armed Conflict, Humanitarian Intervention, EC Competition Law from King’s College London and a Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice from The College of Law, Guildford.

Robert Dedman joins Navigant in its  Investigations and Compliance practice, based out of London

Dedman join’s Navigant as a Director in its Global Investigations and Compliance practice. He brings almost ten years of public sector regulatory experience to the role, which will see him, among others, support the firm’s clients become compliant within the new regulatory scheme. He will be based out of the firm’s London office.

“Robert Dedman adds significant regulatory expertise and experience in global and British banking to Navigant’s Global Investigations and Compliance practice,” said Ellen Zimiles, head of the firm's Financial Services Advisory and Compliance segment. “We look forward to bringing Robert's unique perspective and experience, which includes implementing so much of the current structure of the U.K. regulatory system, to Navigant’s clients.”

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