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Thanks to the LinkedIn community for their kind words about Comsure and my 18th anniversary.

In 2005 I founded Comsure (, here in my timeline.

After working in the asset management industry for ten years, I have focused on financial services regulation.

Between 1995 and 2002, I worked for the body now known as the Jersey Financial Services Commission [JFSC], where I was responsible for the day-to-day conduct of regulated entities and where he reached the position of Senior Compliance Manager.

Since 2002, I have worked in private practice in all aspects of regulatory compliance, including:

* Attending various financial services businesses to assist them in their internal audit processes;

*Developing rectification programmes for entities which have come under regulatory review;

*Undertaking several reporting professional projects for the Jersey Financial Services Commission;

* Being involved in the preparation of the anti-money laundering guidance notes in Mauritius;

*Writing and delivering numerous training courses relating to compliance for private and public bodies.

From 2002 until May 2005, I was a senior lecturer on the International Compliance Association's (ICA) Introductory Certificate in Compliance, the International (and UK) Diploma in Compliance and the UK Diploma in Anti-Money Laundering. I am the co-author of the materials used by the ICA in their UK and International Diplomas in Compliance.

In 2005 I founded Comsure (, and the rest is history :)


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