Natalie Mortimer joins Aberdein Considine

Natalie Mortimer joins Aberdein Considine

Natalie Mortimer and Thomas Lillie

Natalie Mortimer has joined Aberdein Considine as the head of compliance for the lender services practice group.

Ms Mortimer has come to the firm from Virgin Money where she was head of risk, compliance and quality. She brings over 15 years’ experience in a range of risk-related roles in financial services, specialising in personal finance compliance.

In her most recent role she was responsible for establishing a first-line risk capability and function for all operational areas for Virgin Money, one of the UK’s largest lenders. She also had responsibility for oversight of all operational quality, customer remediation and incident management.

In a further senior appointment Thomas Lillie, a partner at the firm, has been promoted to head of legal for the lender services practice group.

Mr Lillie, who qualified as a solicitor in 2009, has over 14 years’ experience within the legal sector. He specialises in commercial and financial services litigation and moved to Aberdein Considine in 2017 to lead the firm’s lender services litigation practice in England and Wales. Thomas also holds trustee and non-executive director positions in the charitable and community based financial services sector.

Myra Scott, partner and head of the lender services practice group, said: “Our banking litigation practice has been growing at an incredible pace over the last few years and given the multi-jurisdictional nature of our operations it’s absolutely critical that we invest in and retain the very best legal and financial services talent.

“Attracting someone of the seniority and calibre of Natalie from a major UK institution reflects the reputation we have built in the financial services industry and we’re delighted she has agreed to join our senior management team.

“Thomas is a highly valued and respected member of the team and his promotion is a recognition of both his hard work, expertise and commitment, and the growth of the business.”

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