New HR Director appointed at fscom

fscom has today announced the appointment of Jill Michael as HR Director.

New HR Director appointed at fscom

Jill will take on the responsibility for the strategic leadership of People and Talent, further building on its reputation as the leading subject matter experts in their field.

She is passionate about diversity and inclusion and is part of the independent assessor panel for the Diversity Mark in Northern Ireland and Winner of the Women in Business “Advancing Diversity in the Workplace Award”.

Jill, who brings almost two decades of HR experience to the role, said,

“I’m delighted to be joining fscom, a forward-thinking company who has already some of the best people in the sector working across a number of practice areas. I’m looking forward to developing a HR approach that embeds people, diversity and inclusion at its core and underpins the firm’s wider business strategy and objectives.”

A senior HR professional, Jill was previously Head of Talent within a leading law firm.

Jamie Cooke, Managing Director at fscom, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Jill to her new role as HR Director. We’re a people centric business and our biggest asset is our people so we’re really looking forward with the guidance and support of Jill to further investing in our current and future colleagues in fscom.”



Enquiries: Elaine Tighe, Head of Marketing, fscom

About fscom

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

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