CPDcast contributors

FSR Consulting are one of a number of organisations whose legal professionals contribute their expertise to our CPDcasts. CPDcasts are 30 minute downloadable Legal CPD Podcasts, each of which cover a specific CPD topic in extensive detail.

The following legal experts from FSR Consulting contribute to our CPDcasts:

Paul Estlin


FSR Consulting advises on all aspects of the financial services industry. FSR Consulting can provide your clients with advice and assitance in the following areas:

  • Advice on the impact of the Financial Services and Market Act 2000, its subordinate legislation and FSA Rules on a firm’s business;
  • Advice on the impact of changing regulation on your clients business practices (e.g the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive, the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive);
  • Advice on compliance with anti-money laundering legislation;
  • Assistance with the FSA authorisation process for firms and approval process for individuals;
  • Advising on whether a business process requires FSA authorisation;
  • Drafting and negotiating FSA compliant distribution and outsourcing agreements;
  • Advising on the regulatory aspects of M&A transactions involving financial institutions;
  • Drafting FSA customer terms of business that comply with FSA Rules (in particular, Treating Customers Fairly) and consumer protection legislation;
  • Financial promotions and other client facing documentation;
  • Advising on the impact of e-money and e-commerce regulations on a client’s business; and
  • Drafting compliance policies and procedures.

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