Aberdein Considine boosts banking litigation team

Banking boost: Natalie Mortimer and Thomas Lillie

Aberdein Considine has strengthened its banking litigation team with two senior appointments.

Natalie Mortimer has joined the firm from Virgin Money as the head of compliance for the lender services practice group.

Ms Mortimer was Virgin’s head of risk, compliance and quality and has more than 15 years’ experience in a range of risk-related roles in financial services, specialising in personal finance compliance.

She has worked across a range of disciplines including second line fraud and Financial Crime, second line compliance, operational risk and credit risk oversight.

In her most recent role Ms Mortimer 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.

Thomas Lillie, who is already a partner with the firm, has been promoted to head of legal for the lender services practice group.

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