Alana Scotchmer joins Gowling WLG's Financial Services Regulation Group

Gowling WLG is pleased to welcome Alana Scotchmer to its Financial Services Regulation Group as a partner in the firm's Toronto office.

Alana joins Gowling WLG from a multinational financial institution, where she worked as senior legal counsel.

Widely regarded as a skilled legal practitioner in the financial industry, Alana advises Canadian and foreign financial institutions and service providers on Canadian regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters, including with respect to transactions, payments and consumer issues. In addition, she has significant experience helping clients navigate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, financings, and licensing matters within the FinTech and financial intermediary sectors across Canada.

"The financial services industry is subject to an increasingly complex and ever-changing regulatory landscape," said Benjamin Na, managing partner of Gowling WLG's Toronto office. "We're thrilled to have Alana join Gowling WLG. Her experience in regulatory compliance and corporate governance will enhance our ability to better serve our clients and meet their evolving needs in today's fast-paced environment."

Learn more about Alana and her practice here.

About Gowling WLG's Financial Services Regulation Group
Our financial services regulation lawyers offer strategic and practical assistance in a broad range of matters, from the development and implementation of key corporate and product design plans with a regulatory component to advice in respect of various financial services offerings, commercial matters with financial services considerations and support for corporate transactions. Our team works across a range of practice areas to help you tackle complex, multi-faceted issues, including technology, securities, competition and antitrust, restructuring and insolvency, and tax. Learn more about our Financial Services Regulation Group.