Julian Marsh joins Kroll financial compliance practice

17 November 2023 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Risk and financial advisory consultancy Kroll has announced the appointment of Julian Marsh as a managing director. Based in London, Marsh arrives in Kroll’s financial services compliance and regulation practice.

Kroll’s team of more than 6,500 professionals worldwide provides clients the foresight they need to create an enduring competitive advantage. At Kroll, our values define who we are and how we partner with clients and communities. The firm has a nearly-100-year history of expertise spanning risk, governance, transactions and valuation.

Adding to this long-standing legacy,Kroll has welcomed a new expert to its financial services compliance and regulation practice. Bringing over 25 years of experience in the banking sector to the firm, Julian Marsh has supported some of the largest banking institutions in executing complex, largescale multi-jurisdictional regulatory and business transformation projects across all aspects of the enterprise.

Julian Marsh joins Kroll financial compliance practice

“I am delighted to be joining Kroll at such an exciting time to help organisations meet the governance, control and compliance expectations of regulators, shareholders and other stakeholders in today’s continually evolving business environment.” said Marsh. “Meeting these expectations whilst maintaining business efficiency, flexibility and scalability is key to enabling the future success of our clients.” 

Marsh joins having spent more than two decades with EY, where he was a partner. He also spent two years as a consultant with Capgemini, after just over nine years as an officer in the British Army.

Looking ahead, the London-based managing director will focus on expanding Kroll’s capabilities and footprint in the banking sector, advising clients on risk management, compliance and regulatory processes, and governance-related matters. He will be working with the c-suite at wholesale and investment banks to ensure that organisations are best prepared for the shifting business, regulatory and compliance landscape.