Compliancy Services, one of the UK's leading providers of regulatory compliance consulting and regtech services, has announced that Dimitrios Sachinidis has joined as a Consultant in its Capital Markets team. Dimitrios joins from ACA Compliance where he spent the last three years providing FCA compliance consulting services to a portfolio of clients in sectors that included hedge funds, private equity and corporate finance.
Dimitrios joins Compliancy Services at an exciting time, having just re-launched its suite of service solutions for firms in Capital Market sectors that include Asset Management; Broker Dealers & Traders; Corporate Finance; Crowdfunding; FinTech; Infrastructure; Investment Management; P2P Lending; Private Equity; Venture Capital; and Wealth Management. Many firms use a specialist consultancy firm to enhance and strengthen their compliance capabilities and Compliancy Services offers a genuinely fresh approach which firms are finding compelling.
Dimitrios is a legally trained compliance consultant and prior to working with the consulting team at ACA Compliance he worked as an Associate for Compliance Operations at Mirabella Group, the multi-award-winning regulatory hosting platform.
Philip Naughton, Joint CEO of Compliancy Services explains, “Dimitrios brings with him a wealth of experience with various compliance risk frameworks, focusing on practical solutions to help firms meet their regulatory obligations. His skillset and knowledge will be an asset to our Capital Markets business and our clients. We are delighted to have him on board.”
Dimitrios added “Compliancy Services has a fantastically broad client base and an exciting range of service offerings for its clients. I am very excited to join a business with such an exciting future ahead of it.”.
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