James Roslington is a regulatory partner in the London office of Kirkland & Ellis International LLP.
James has extensive experience advising clients on financial services law and regulation. He has advised on:
- regulatory change including MiFID II and PRIIPs;
- compliance with FCA rules on conflicts of interest, financial promotions, client money and custody;
- FCA authorisation and perimeter issues;
- change of control for regulated entities;
- the marketing and distribution of financial products;
- governance issues including the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR); and
- market abuse, insider dealing, and anti-money laundering.
James is responsible for financial services knowledge management, training, and business development in the London office.
“The UK Supervisory Regime in the Post-Brexit Environment,” Brexit and Financial Regulation, 2020
“Money Laundering,” A Practitioner’s Guide to the FSA Regulation of Banking, 2006
“Money Laundering,” A Practitioner’s Guide to the FSA Handbook, 2006
James has also published articles on financial services law and regulation in LexisNexis, Law360 and Lexology
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2005, Admitted to Practice as a Solicitor of England and Wales
- University of CambridgePh.D., History2012
- BPP Law School, LondonLegal Practice Course; Graduate Diploma in Law2003
- University of CambridgeM.Phil., History; M.A.(Hons.)2001Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 1998