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Consultancy firms team up to offer private banking and wealth management service
07/03/2018 , News Team

K&E Consultants and Danos Consulting have joined forces to offer a bespoke and cost-effective consultancy solution to the wealth management sector.

The joint offering will combine Danos Consulting's professionals pre-vetted for consultancy services, alongside K&E’s blue-chip consultancy and subject matter knowledge. 

They will work with wealth managers and private banks to identify and implement practical and proportionate solutions suitable for the business including full compliance risk assessments, regulatory change projects or Suitability and Anti-Money Laundering/Know Your Customer file review and remediation exercises.

In addition to traditional consultancy services, the joint venture offers staff augmentation providing additional support in times of high pressure. 

 K&E is a boutique regulatory, compliance, governance and risk consultancy staffed by consultants servicing banks and investment firms, in particular working with wealth managers, private banks and asset managers in meeting their regulatory compliance needs.  

Danos Consulting is a recruiter focusing on compliance, risk and legal sectors for financial services firms.   

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