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Alexis Roberts, global Head of Financial Services, discusses disruption and collaboration across the sector.
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Partner, Head of Office, London and Head of Pensions & Long-Term Savings
Carolyn has been a specialist pensions lawyer for almost 30 years, during which time she has supported corporates, scheme trustees and pension providers through seismic changes in the pensions industry.
Colin acts as troubleshooter across a range of Financial services sector businesses in the UK.
Partner, Head of Litigation, Regulatory & Tax
Jason is one of the leading tax practitioners in the UK, and leads the firm's commercial litigation, regulatory and tax litigation unit.
Partner, Head of Banking & Restructuring
Martin is Head of our Banking & Restructuring Group.
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Little progress being made in hiring and promoting more women to more senior roles.