Managing Associate, Financial Regulation, London
"I advise firms in the financial services sector on a broad range of regulatory matters, from perimeter issues to regulatory change projects, as well as on contentious matters. I work to provide considered, succinct and practical advice to our clients."
Education and qualifications
Sherryn is a Managing Associate in the London Financial Regulatory practice. She advises a broad range of financial services firms, including multi-disciplinary investment banks, broker-dealers, custodians, asset managers and private banks, on various complex regulatory issues.
Her experience includes advising on significant regulatory change projects such as MiFID II implementation, Brexit planning and, more recently, sustainable finance. She has also advised on the day-to-day operations of financial services business, including on perimeter/licensing issues, market conduct requirements and the management of regulatory risks. Her broader advisory expertise covers a wide range of regulatory initiatives, such as the Short Selling Regulation, AIFMD, MAR and CSDR. Sherryn also has experience working on supervisory and enforcement interactions with regulators.
Sherryn has previously been seconded to the regulatory reform legal team at Goldman Sachs, focusing on matters relating to MiFID II implementation.
- Advising banks and investment firms on the implications of Brexit and other regulatory reform initiatives.
- Advising an investment bank in relation to an FCA investigation into alleged breaches of the firm’s notification obligations.