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Adempi appoints Emily Fuller as head of operations and projects


Regulatory consultancy Adempi, which has worked with a number of peer-to-peer lending platforms, has appointed Emily Fuller as a partner and head of operations and projects.

Fuller will be running the firm’s e-learning offering, managing client projects – such as Financial Conduct Authority authorisations and compliance health checks – as well as managing its pool of associates.

Prior to being appointed as a partner at Adempi, Fuller worked with the firm for 18 months as independent executive PA, offering a range of business support.

Fuller has a background in senior HR roles, including positions at New Look and M&N Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd. As such, she will also lead on the firm’s Senior Managers and Certification Regime advisory work.

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“It has been a joy to work with Emily over the last 18 months and we’re thrilled that she is joining us as a partner,” said Adempi co-founder Gillian Roche-Saunders. “We have already seen the value of her knowledge, pragmatism and professionalism and it is a natural step for her to become an integral part of our business and to bring that benefit to our clients also.”

Fuller added: “Adempi is a powerhouse in the compliance consultancy industry, and I am looking forward to helping the team and our clients to go from strength to strength. Also, having worked alongside Dena, Gillian and the associates for the last 18 months, I know I am joining a great team of fantastic, professional and caring people.”

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Adempi Associates launched in October 2019 and offers advisory services to companies across the financial sector on the UK and European regulations that govern their business.

Adempi’s clients span sectors including crowdfunding and P2P lending, e-money and payment services, custodians and other holders of client money, venture capital and private equity, impact investing, corporate finance advisory, and wealth management.

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