Carol-Ann Burton#667

Carol-Ann Burton

HFW
Carol-Ann is a specialist in insurance and financial services regulation, with almost 20 years' experience in the sector. Carol-Ann has a unique understanding of financial services regulation and policy, having worked in senior positions at the UK's financial services regulator, in private practice in the UK and UAE and as in house regulatory counsel at one of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds. Insurance & Transactional Carol-Ann focuses on complex insurance and reinsurance matters including life insurance. Her transactional practice covers business transfers, complex risk transfers, including ILS and longevity solutions, distribution, restructuring, run off, and other exit strategies, as well as general corporate transactions. Financial Services Regulation Carol-Ann's practice covers all aspects of financial services regulation and regulatory processes and compliance, including authorisations and changes in control. She has been involved in the development and implementation of regulatory strategy, both during her time at the regulator as well as through her involvement with a number of industry associations. She also advises clients on regulatory supervisory, disciplinary and enforcement matters. Corporate Governance Carol-Ann enjoys a particular expertise in corporate governance, in particular for regulated institutions, having conducted a number of reviews of effectiveness of corporate governance structures, boards and internal risk and compliance governance arrangements. Chambers UK sources have praised Carol-Ann for her ability to "think logically and articulate very crisply what she thinks, and why she thinks it."
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Implications for UK-related insurance disputes in the event of a no deal Brexit
Implications for UK-related insurance disputes in the event of a no deal Brexit
Practice notes

This Practice Note considers the implications for UK insurance disputes in the event of a no deal Brexit.

No deal Brexit implications for the insurance sector
No deal Brexit implications for the insurance sector
Practice notes

This Practice Note considers the implications for the regulated UK insurance sector of a no deal Brexit, including its effect on passporting and Part VII portfolio transfers.

Qualified Year

  • 2001

Education

  • CA went to Trinity College Dublin and her degree was LLB Law & German

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