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Michelle Page, Senior Associate

Michelle Page

Senior Associate

Practice areas

  • Financial services disputes and investigations
  • Fraud and financial crime
  • Litigation and dispute management
  • Regulatory investigations and enforcement

Practice notes

Michelle is a Senior Associate in our Financial Services Disputes and Investigations practice, specialized in regulatory enforcement and investigations. Michelle also has experience in all areas of financial crime, including fraud, anti-money laundering and anti-bribery & corruption, and has worked on several s.166 Skilled Person reviews addressing weaknesses identified in financial institutions’ systems and controls, and supporting clients in building robust systems and control frameworks to ensure regulatory compliance. She has lived and worked in Sydney, Hong Kong, Paris, Dubai and London. Her recent experience includes advising in relation to:

  • in relation to a multi-jurisdictional internal investigation for a global engineering company regarding potential instances of internal bribery
  • in relation to a firm-wide review of a company’s internal Anti-Bribery and Corruption policies and procedures
  • in connection with a multi-million pound cross-border negotiation and subsequent settlement for an internal chemical supplier and distributor
  • on a s.166 review for an e-payments firm with a high risk business model, examining the Firm’s financial systems and controls
  • in relation to due diligence exercises, and ensuring compliance with the Money Laundering Regulations for a client’s large scale property acquisition
  • in connection to a Bank being subject to a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (‘DPA’) and the remediation of the Bank’s AML systems and controls framework as mandated by the DPA
  • An ICAEW investigation – acting for an accountancy Firm and Partner in relation to defending claims for alleged ISA breaches and advising on the likelihood of sanctions
  • in connection with the FCA’s investigation into alleged breaches of sections of the Financial Services and Markets Act (FMSA) by a Wealth Management Fund