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Nathan Willmott

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Nathan Willmott is a partner in our dispute resolution practice

Nathan specialises in representing financial institutions, listed companies, trade associations, regulatory bodies and individual members of senior management on investigations and other complex regulatory and legal issues.

He has over 25 years' experience of supporting regulated firms and individuals in relation to FCA, PRA and multi-jurisdictional Enforcement investigations and proceedings concerning suspected regulatory breaches and criminal offences, skilled person reviews, SMCR and governance issues, thematic reviews, periodic risk assessments, whistleblower investigations, conducting internal investigations and handling related litigation.

Nathan is a member of the Advisory Board of the Financial Services Lawyers Association and is a Solicitor Advocate holding full Higher Rights of Audience in the Civil Courts.

He is recommended as a Tier One lawyer for Contentious Financial Regulation in the current edition of Chambers & Partners, and as a Leading Individual for both Contentious and Non-Contentious Financial Regulation in current edition of The Legal 500.  

Nathan is described by Chambers & Partners as having an "outstanding reputation in the market for his astute counsel to clients faced with regulatory enforcement actions" and by The Legal 500 as having "a stellar reputation for regulatory enforcement investigations initiated by UK and US regulators".  

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