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Carla Jane Findlay-Dons Senior Vice President, Investor Services

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Carla Jane Findlay-Dons serves as Chief Global Regulatory and Market Strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), based in London.

In this role, Carla Jane leads the Global Regulatory Intelligence Group where she is responsible for providing global market and regulatory insights and strategy for the firm and its clients. In this capacity, Carla Jane works across the business with a focus on preparing global asset managers and financial institutions for regulatory compliance and developing fintech-led solutions to global regulatory complexities. Prior to her appointment at Brown Brothers Harriman, Carla Jane worked as part of the Investment Management Division at Goldman Sachs, where she was an Executive Director for Regulatory Management, with a particular focus on EMEA regulation.

Carla Jane holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Law in London and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Edinburgh. In 2007 she was called to the Bar of England and Wales and qualified as a solicitor in 2011. She is an active member of the IMA, ISDA and other industry groups.

Market Commentary - 3 files

Views from the Conference Trail: Diversity in Funds Summit October 2018

As part of this year’s European Sustainable Investment Summit in London there was a large focus on diversity in the funds industry. BBH’s Chief Global Regulatory and Market Strategist, Carla Jane Findlay-Dons, moderated a panel focused on ...

Brexit: Where We Are September 2018

For asset managers both in the UK and global managers who see the potential opportunity, now is their chance to make a change. Those managers should see Brexit as a unique opportunity to shape their ideal financial product which will compete on ...

Women in Funds: A Conversation with Dana Denis-Smith June 2018

Visionary entrepreneur, gender equality campaigner, and Obelisk Support CEO Dana Denis-Smith talks about her drive to innovate, create new ways of working, and proactively sponsor women entrepreneurs.