JWG people

We are a team of experienced analysts and associates who work with leading partners to offer a comprehensive service to members. The core team of five is supplemented when required by long standing associates, with experience in different financial and regulatory areas, to get the job done.

 

Meet the analysts

Alaric Gibson (Alec), originally from Melbourne, Australia, read History at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London, focusing on 19th century East Asia. Alec joined JWG in 2010 when he co-authored a government-sponsored analysis report on systemic risk. Since then, Alec has been coordinating JWG's Customer Data Management Group's (CDMG) investigation into how various global regulatory initiatives impact risk, financial crime and trading data management and technology infrastructure strategies. 

 

Gabriel Suprise has been a research analyst at JWG since September 2013. His interests focus primarily on US regulatory reform from the provisions in the Dodd-Frank Act, as well as comparisons between US and EU securities trading reforms.  Gabriel has an extensive knowledge of modern financial history, particularly between the United States and the United Kingdom during periods of deregulation and globalisation. He is currently studying Regulation at the London School of Economics & Political Science, and he holds dual masters degrees from the LSE and Columbia University in New York. Prior to moving to London, Gabriel achieved his bachelor's degree in classical history at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor.

 

Robert Marks received a Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in Philosophy, Politics & Economics from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin and is currently studying for a Master’s degree at the London School of Economics focusing on financial regulation.  Prior to moving to London, Robert worked in the legal and financial services fields in Chicago. He is currently specialising in risk regulation at JWG, specifically the analysis of Basel III and CRD IV.  

 



 

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