Enforcd is a young, innovative company that uses technology to aid regulatory compliance.
Our flagship product is EDB – The Enforcement Database, which uses global regulatory enforcement data, related news and insights to help firms to identify, manage and mitigate the conduct risks they face.
The Enforcd in-house team is augmented by high quality analysis from our content partners, who include:
Enforcement cases are analysed and interpreted by in house legal and compliance experts, with direct enforcement experience. Staff in risk, compliance and legal functions will save time in their analysis of enforcement activity and be able to quickly embed the regulatory lessons contained in them into their own firm thereby meeting the expectations of the Regulators.
Our technology platform and algorithms have been created in house by our resident technology experts, to our specific requirements – making our service wholly unique and highly intuitive to use for anyone interested in regulatory enforcement activity.
If you would like a personal demonstration of Enforcd EDB, either in person or via a webex, please contact us and we will arrange at your convenience.
Jane Walshe is co-founder and CEO of Enforcd. Jane is a Chartered Fellow of the CISI, and a financial services regulatory barrister who previously worked in the Regulator’s Enforcement Division as well as in house at JP Morgan.
She is a consultant editor of ‘Individual Conduct in Financial Services Firms’ - a practitioner guide published by Sweet & Maxwell. Prior to founding Enforcd, Jane was a Senior Regulatory Intelligence Expert at Thomson Reuters Compliance Complete.
David is co-founder and COO of Enforcd, and has worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years. He is a senior product manager and content expert, who most recently led Thomson Reuters' response to Dodd Frank and MiFID 2.
As Accountable Product Owner he managed across all work streams to formulate strategy and execute on the firm's product roadmap and was the key Thomson Reuters regulatory representative at all major industry events and groups. Earlier in his career David worked as an FX broker for ICAP, and an FX and Eurobond trader at UBS. He also spent a period of time running the content business for risk, for Deutsche Bank.
Wolfgang grew up in Germany and has worked as a software developer and system administrator for more than 25 years.
He studied musicology and logic at the University of Münster. He has worked in R&D on autonomous embedded systems and has a long experience in development and deployment of large web services.
He oversees the development of our online services and leads our technical team.
Richard joined Enforcd from Linklaters, where he was Head of Marketing (EMEA) from 2009. He has extensive regtech and lawtech experience and ran a successful business development team for Complinet – another start up that was bought out by Thomson Reuters some years ago.
Previously he worked within and managed commercial and client facing teams at HayGroup and PA Consulting. Richard is also a Trustee for Pure Leapfrog – the UK’s leading environmental community energy charity.
Ros Davies is a solicitor with 18 years post qualification experience, who trained at Slaughter & May. Ros recently spent over 10 years at the FCA as the Enforcement Division’s Professional Support Lawyer, advising the Division’s investigators and lawyers on recent legal and practice developments. Whilst at the FCA Ros also acted as the Enforcement Director’s executive assistant where she honed her speech-writing and stakeholder management skills.
For the last 4 years she has been managing a team of 12 lawyers which handles the FCA’s liaison with its counterparts abroad on cross-border enforcement investigations, including LIBOR and FX.
Vicky is a UK Qualified Solicitor by background, but for the past 10 years has worked with a range of online businesses overseeing operations and managing digital marketing.
Linda Firth has nine years experience within the compliance department of a major UK financial services firm, where her duties included reviewing the Fund Management, Pricing and Administrative functions of Collective Investment Schemes against internal and regulatory standards; and representing compliance department on projects, providing regulatory advice and analysis.
Martin Saxon has worked in financial services compliance for over 12 years in life and pensions firms, financial advice networks and loan and mortgage brokers.
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