Sintons appoints head of risk and compliance
Law firm Sintons is continuing to invest in its ability to deliver the highest standards to clients by appointing a new head of risk and compliance.
Catherine Prosser joins Sintons with over 20 years of senior-level experience in risk, compliance, operations, contract management and HR across a host of sectors.
She is a specialist in risk management, regulatory compliance, anti-money laundering, data protection and quality assurance.
Her appointment adds further to Sintons’ in-house expertise in these critical areas of safety and security for the firm in protecting its operation and ability to deliver legal and service excellence to clients.
Catherine, a member of the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) and International Compliance Association (ICA), says: “I am very pleased to join Sintons and to support the firm and its growing team in ensuring continuing adherence to the highest standards.
“I am passionate about supporting a collaborative compliance culture and look forward to working with colleagues across the firm to continue to deliver this for the benefit of everyone at Sintons.”
Christopher Welch, managing partner of Sintons, says: “Risk and compliance are of course fundamental aspects to the successful and effective operation of a law firm, and it is essential we do all we can to achieve excellence in these areas.
“We continue to make significant investment in our team and infrastructure to ensure this happens, and we are very pleased to welcome Catherine to the team to lead our efforts in this area. She has built a strong track record in risk, compliance and quality assurance over the past two decades, and has valuable insight and experience to contribute to Sintons.
“As we grow and continue to build our reputation regionally and nationally, it is essential we do so with the integrity and uncompromising focus on quality and excellence which are at the heart of all we do. By continuing to build our expertise and experience in such key areas as risk and compliance, we can be confident of achieving that.”