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Matthew Nunan

Matthew Nunan

Financial Conduct Authority
Head of Wholesale, Enforcement & Financial Crime Division
London, , GBR


Matthew Nunan has been Head of Wholesale Enforcement at the Financial Conduct Authority (and the FSA before that) since April 2011. Matthew joined the FSA in 2007, originally as manager of an investigation team in Wholesale Enforcement, moving on to take responsibility for strategy across the Enforcement Division before returning to Wholesale Enforcement as head of department. Matthew’s department has responsibility for the investigation and prosecution of insider dealing, market abuse and matters relating to wholesale firms. He has been responsible for some of the most high-profile Enforcement actions brought by the FCA, including an insider dealing prosecution brought in parallel with the FBI and SEC, the LIBOR investigations and the FCA’s most reported insider dealing investigation to date, Operation Tabernula. Prior to joining the FSA, Matthew spent six years at the Serious Fraud Office. Matthew was called to the Bar in 1996.
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