Compliance & Risk Journal - Editorial Board

The following persons have contributed an article to a recent edition of Compliance & Risk



Ash Saluja, CMS Cameron McKenna

Ash Saluja
CMS Cameron McKenna
Nabarro Olswang LLP

Ash Saluja heads the Financial Services Regulatory team at CMS London.  He has over twenty-years’ experience in advising on financial services regulatory and commercial matters. His clients include banks and broker-dealers, funds and investment managers, platforms and exchanges, insurers and insurance intermediaries and other financial institutions, as well as the large corporate customers and suppliers of these types of institutions. He regularly advises on authorisation, compliance and regulatory change, capital and governance, client money and assets, product design and distribution, cross border business, insider dealing and market abuse, anti-money laundering, as well as the regulatory aspects of mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, joint ventures and outsourcings.




Andrew Tuson

Andrew Tuson
Senior Associate
Berwin Leighton Paisner

Andrew Tuson is a Senior Associate within Berwin Leighton Paisner's Litigation and Corporate Risk Team. Andrew acts on a broad range of general commercial disputes and has experience of acting for claimants and defendants in claims across the main divisions of the High Court. He has experience of all litigation stages, from pre-action through to trial and enforcement.

Andrew also has particular experience of Professional Negligence claims involving professionals. He has successfully defended claims at the pre-action stage under the Professional Negligence Pre-Action Protocol and at mediation. He has defended and brought claims against professionals to trial.




Kate Vickery

Kate Vickery
Osborne Clarke LLP

Kate Vickery is a Partner at Osborne Clark LLP. She specialises in regulatory compliance and risk particularly in the fields of food law, product safety, health and safety and consumer protection. She assists businesses on the application and interpretation of regulations and provides strategic advice to companies who are subject to regulatory investigation or prosecution.   Katie's contentious experience means that she is well-placed to advise on risk, particularly the prospect of enforcement, and to provide an opinion on how a court is likely to view a company's approach to compliance systems.

Through the Osborne Clarke Global Compliance team, Katie analyses a company's approach to compliance, benchmarking it against other comparable businesses and making recommendations for improvement. Specifically she conducts gap analysis, risk assessments and audits to support businesses who have a concern about how compliance is addressed and implemented in their organisation, bringing in subject-matter experts as appropriate.