Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Related services and key industries
- Regulation and investigations
- Risk advisory
- Financial services and regulation
- Banking and finance
- Funds and asset management
Key industry sectors
Helen Taylor is a banking and regulatory lawyer based in Sydney and is the co-head of financial institutions in Australia.
She has over 15 years' experience advising on banking and regulatory matters in the UK and Australia.
Helen has developed market-leading expertise in regulatory risk and strategy and has extensive experience supporting the financial services sector with the design and implementation of large-scale, complex remediation programs. Between 2015 and 2017, she was an integral member of the team on a major financial institution's Open Advice Review program advising on the execution and strategic direction of several programs assessing and remediating inappropriate financial advice.
More recently, Helen supported a major financial institution with the implementation of an extensive transformation program mandated by ASIC aimed at uplifting the quality of financial advice and financial advice audits. She also supported the institution with the transformation of its operating model to a predominately wholesale advice model.
Helen has acted for major Australian financial institutions and government bodies on a diverse range of matters involving customer disputes, regulatory investigations and compliance, inquiries and surveillance commissioned by the NSW Ombudsman and the Independent Commission Against Corruption and responses to compulsory information requests.
Helen demonstrates both versatility and an analytical and constructive approach to problem solving. She is recognised for her integrity and openness, and her approachable and perceptive nature enables her to effectively influence across a broad range of stakeholders.
Helen is a key member of the firm's risk advisory team, which is an integrated legal, risk and compliance team that advises financial institutions on a range of sophisticated compliance, regulatory and risk matters.
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- Supreme Court of England and Wales 2004
- Supreme Court of New South Wales 2017
Australian corporate insolvency reform: What can we expect in 2023?
Publication | February 15, 2023
Beyond RG256: ASIC consults on its Draft Consumer Remediation Guidance
Publication | November 19, 2021
ASIC’s Corporate Plan 2021 to 2025: Priorities and focus
Publication | September 07, 2021