Section 3.2 of the Handbook issued by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) sets out the regulator's expectations of systems and controls requirements for supervised firms. Sec 3.2.6 identifies requirements for firms' systems and controls in relation to compliance, financial crime and money laundering. SYSC326 is a Management Consultancy and Investigation Services provider which specialises in financial crime risk.
124 City Road
Nature of Business (SIC)
70229 - Management consultancy activities other than financial management
80300 - Investigation activities
Consultant / Sole-trader
Jon McNally, BSc (Hons), MBA
VAT Registration Number
Registered Trade Mark
Tel: +44 (0) 207 060 2780
Fax: +44 (0) 207 060 2781
SYSC326 is founded on 30+ years experience and a clear focus on providing specialist support and advisory services aligned to financial crime risk.
In-house experience includes holding Head of Financial Crime and MLRO positions, as well as delivering client-oriented engagements in the UK and internationally. Client engagements include supporting response to regulatory-risk or enforcement, conducting employee and third-party vetting, fraud/misconduct investigations, and responding to stakeholder concerns on financial crime risk.
In the financial services sector SYSC326 specialises in anti-money laundering, fraud prevention and response, anti-bribery & corruption, and financial sanctions risk-management.
SYSC326 provides B2B support to other consultancies in service delivery to their clients on financial crime risk.
In the corporate arena SYSC326 advises on risk assessment and response in supply chain, business counterparty / portfolio risk and the vetting of personnel considered for recruitment or promotion to senior positions of trust.
SYSC326 is a sole trader operation with service delivery tailored to client needs. Where necessary a network of experienced associates might be called upon, possessing complementary subject matter expertise.
In addition to dealing direct with clients, SYSC326 supports other professional service providers who need financial crime SME support, usually via ad-hoc consulting or a project support basis.
Internationally, SYSC326 utilises experienced independent practitioners, with language capability and insight into local culture and practice. Assistance is useful when researching registries, tracing people or undertaking cross-border investigation.
SYSC326 works with reputable associates who focus on getting the job done in compliance with applicable law, safeguarding reputation risk and ensuring appropriate confidentiality.
In summary, SYSC326 provides specialist consultancy support to assist clients manage financial crime risk.
SYSC326 specialises in financial crime risk management and incident response. If you have a particular question / query, please get in touch via the Contact Page.