Matthew joined BPL Global in 2014 from Lloyd’s and was appointed a Director in 2017. He has significant experience in advising BPL Global’s clients on regulatory and licensing issues that can arise when conducting CPRI business on an international basis across multiple jurisdictions.
Matthew heads up BPL Global’s compliance department and has overall responsibility for all aspects of transactional and corporate compliance across the company’s offices. He joined BPL Global in 2014 and was appointed Director in May 2017.
Background in international regulatory affairs
Matthew has in-depth knowledge and understanding of regulatory, licensing and tax considerations that can arise with CPRI business conducted on a cross-border basis. He is well-placed to advise clients on how to navigate through these issues in relation to specific insurance transactions and achieve regulatory compliance, working closely with colleagues across BPL Global’s offices.
Prior to joining BPL Global, Matthew worked in the International Regulatory Affairs department at Lloyd’s of London. His portfolio at Lloyd’s focused on the Middle East and Asia, where he provided guidance to brokers and underwriters on regulatory and licensing issues, and engaged with financial regulators in these regions in order to defend and maintain a competitive trading position for the Lloyd’s market. He also supported Lloyd’s efforts to develop new trading rights and licences in key emerging markets. Before Lloyd’s, Matthew worked for three years as a political lobbyist at the public relations firm, Edelman.
Matthew is an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute and a graduate of Cambridge University.
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