Jaywing appoints former GE Capital’s CRO as Regulatory Risk Practice Director

Dean Mitchell

Data-powered integrated agency, Jaywing, has appointed Dean Mitchell as its Regulatory Risk Practice Director, formerly Risk Director at GE Capital’s joint ventures and Chief Risk Officer at a GE owned Dutch Bank, Dean has over 20 years of experience in risk management for banks across Canada, the Netherlands and the UK, managing clients in the advent of significant regulatory changes during periods of unexpected events. 

Alongside this, Dean’s notable career highlights include working with the EU entity responsible for the recovery and resolution of banks to help them form their operational framework, procedures, system requirements and policies.

Dean also worked with a top UK bank on a two-year project, leading the risk team in the divestment of a large portfolio of corporate, SME businesses and retail customers, as well as working as a Partner at Avantage Reply, ensuring the development of the regulatory risk consultancy services, including quality of delivery, subject matter expertise and business development.

On his new role, Dean said: “Jaywing has a fantastic base of existing clients, covering the full range of financial services sectors and sizes. Being able to offer these clients, and potential new clients, a range of new professional services is very exciting.  The team at Jaywing is very experienced and I look forward to working with them all to grow and expand our offering.” 

Andrew Fryatt, CEO at Jaywing, said: “We are so pleased to be welcoming someone with such a wealth of knowledge and experience within the financial sector to our team. With so many years in the field, Dean is one of the nation’s foremost specialists in regulatory consulting. We can’t wait to see what that expertise will bring to our financial services offering as he steps into his new role.” 

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