London, 3 August 2021 – Vox Financial Partners (Vox), a global consulting firm that supports financial institutions in the planning, resourcing, and delivery of complex regulatory and business change, has appointed Kishore Kumar Ramakrishnan as the European lead for its Regulatory Change practice, based in London and reporting to CEO Terry Robinson.

Kishore is a highly respected leader and consultant with over twenty-two years of experience in banking and capital markets. Kishore has worked for two of the “Big Four” firms, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Consulting and Ernst & Young (EY), where he was responsible for building the capital markets advisory business for the APAC region.

He has extensive knowledge of global and regional regulations across multiple asset classes, including equities, fixed income, and derivatives. He is a recognized and respected thought leader with several international publications and conference speaking engagements to his credit, including The Wall Street JournalFinancial TimesJournal of TradingRiskReutersCorporate Treasurer, ASIFMA, ISDA, and Asia Risk Congress.

He joins Vox from Temple Grange Partners (TGP) Consulting, where he was a Founding Partner responsible for the delivery of strategic and transformational engagements covering risk, regulation, and compliance mandates for sell-side and buy-side firms, as well as market utilities.

“Kishore has the perfect set of skills to help us achieve our next phase of growth. His work in Europe and Asia adds an excellent dimension to our capabilities that will greatly benefit our global client base,” said Terry Robinson. “We’re excited to welcome him to our growing team of exceptionally talented professionals.”

“Vox has shown a remarkable ability to grow its business and capabilities despite the deeply challenging times the world has faced,” said Kishore. “I’m excited to apply my experience to help Vox’s clients prepare for and comply with the range of complex regulatory changes that may have been delayed due to the pandemic but whose deadlines are quickly approaching.”

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