Karan Kapoor joins Delta Capita in London office

14 August 2020 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Karan Kapoor has appointed Delta Capita as the new Head of Regulatory Change and Technology. Based in London, Kapoor arrives from Capco, where he was a Principal Consultant.

Steve Vinnicombe, Head of Delta Capita’s Global Consulting Unit, commented, “As we evolve our offering to be driven by technology assets and deep industry knowledge, Karan Kapoor brings a wealth of relevant experience in regtech as well as bank operational efficiency, finance and risk data transformation and specific regulatory regimes. We are delighted to welcome him to the team.”

Kapoor’s hire comes at a time when Delta Capita is investing over $50 million in regulatory solutions and services to help better support our clients. He brings with him more than 10 years of bank regulation-driven business and technology change management experience, spanning the Central Securities Depositories Regulation (CSDR) Dodd-Frank, the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), Basel III and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR).

Karan Kapoor joins Delta Capita in London office

Speaking on his appointment, Kapoor said, “This is a great time to be joining Delta Capita following the recent Prytek investment. In the short term, I will be leading our CSDR delivery services where Delta Capita has some great technology assets to help banks track, trace and monitor operational breaks throughout the settlement workflow. Looking forward I am excited to be helping shape and build out Delta Capita’s strategic managed services.”

Kapoor was most recently a Principal Consultant with Capco, a firm he spent two spells with, spanning a total of eight years. Between those two stints, he was a Regulatory Programme Manager in Wealth Management with Deutsche Bank.

During that spell with the German financial instituation, he managed the CSDR initiative at a global investment bank where he led a team to quantify the commercial impact of the CSDR settlement discipline regime. He is a graduate of the University of Nottingham, having obtained an MSc in Applied Economics and Financial Economics.