Becky Critchley#6458

Becky Critchley

Solicitor, Latham & Watkins
Becky Critchley is an associate and member of the Financial Regulatory Practice in the London office of Latham & Watkins. Ms. Critchley specializes in financial services regulatory advice and has experience advising a range of financial institutions, from brokers to private banks to asset managers, on a variety of domestic and cross-border regulatory issues.

Ms. Critchley advises investment banks, governments, corporate finance houses, clearing houses, fund managers, insurers, stockbrokers and online trading business on a variety of legal and regulatory risk management matters, with particular expertise in the FCA’s Conduct of Business Rules, European regulatory developments such as MiFID and MAR, and regulated consumer lending, for example under the Consumer Credit Act and mortgage lending.

Ms. Critchley also advises in relation to contentious regulatory issues, such as contested FCA enforcement matters, and new initiatives such as RegTech and fintech.
Contributed to


Running a LIBOR transition project
Running a LIBOR transition project
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides a starting point to assist firms with planning and implementing a London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) transition project. It discusses key issues raised by UK regulators and includes a checklist setting out a number of key LIBOR impact areas that firms will need to investigate and address as well as points to consider when doing so.

Practice areas


  • Bar Vocational Course (2005)
  • LLB. Hons (2004)


  • Contributing Author


  • Bar Vocational Course, Nottingham Law School at Nottingham Trent University (2005)
  • LL.B. (Hons), Nottingham Law School at Nottingham Trent University (2004)

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