FSCom Limited (fscom) a leading specialist consulting firm providing governance, risk and compliance solutions to financial services institutions in the UK and Ireland, welcomes back Evan McGookin as Senior Manager in the fincrime team.
Evan originally joined fscom in 2017 as a Trainee Compliance Associate and grew his career with the firm as an instrumental part of the financial crime team to Senior Compliance Associate in 2020.
Evan spent over two years in industry working for Global Reach Group, the leading FX and payments group where he was Head of Compliance Operations and Deputy MLRO and responsible for the AML/CTF framework across the group’s UK operations.
Philip Creed, Director and Head of Financial Crime in fscom commented, “I am delighted to have Evan back on board. With his previous knowledge of our clients, combined with his practical insight of working in industry, he will be able to delve straight into working with our highly valued clients with the added advantage now of genuinely understanding the challenges they are facing.”
Evan McGookin said “I am thrilled to be returning to fscom and working with both old and new clients and colleagues. I look forward to supporting Phil as he continues to build the fincrime team and I look forward to adding my expertise and experience to the next chapter of fscom’s journey.”
fscom is an award-winning specialist consulting firm providing governance, risk and compliance solutions to financial services institutions in the UK and Ireland.
We are a firm of deep domain experts who specialise in the payments and e-money, crypto, retail banking, asset management and trading and broking sectors.
Our senior team is a unique mix of experienced consultants, ex-regulators, ex-bankers and former in-house compliance experts who hold senior positions with leading compliance related industry associations and provide our clients with in-depth regulatory insight and industry best practice in all areas of financial services regulation to include authorisation, audit, financial crime, cyber security, and regulatory due diligence.