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Michelle Walsh appointed to Gibraltar National Advisory Council

18.03.2020

18 March 2020, London: Ince is pleased to announce that Michelle Walsh, Head of Compliance, Risk & Regtech at Ince’s Gibraltar office has been appointed by the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) as a Committee Member of the newly formed National Advisory Council (NAC) for Gibraltar.

As a member of the NAC’s four-person committee, Michelle will support CISI members in Gibraltar and steer CISI’s activities in developing professional standards across the financial services industry. 

Michelle has been appointed due to her vast expertise in the banking, emerging technologies and e-money industries, which she gained in senior industry roles and at Ince. 

Michelle has worked for Ince since March 2019. Prior to that she spent 12 years with a number of financial services businesses in Gibraltar in a multitude of roles, from complaints handling to internal risk. 

Michelle Walsh, Head of Compliance, Risk & Regtech at Ince Gibraltar said:

“I am honoured to be nominated to join the National Advisory Council. The CISI has built a professional community across Gibraltar’s financial services sector. The varied nature of the work that we do at Ince gives me a good perspective to help ensure that professional standards remain relevant as the financial industry continues to evolve.”

Helena Wilson Chartered MCSI, Assistant Director, CISI Global Business Development said: 

“We are delighted to welcome our new Gibraltar NAC. Their support is instrumental in helping to grow our membership to ensure that the Gibraltar financial services sector has practitioners qualified above and beyond the standard competence requirements, supporting consumer confidence in the financial services market.”