About Us

P2 Fin Crime is built on the foundations of P2 Consulting and FS 101, both challengers in their respective markets. By combining the Financial Crime expertise of the FS 101 team with the project and programme management skills of P2 consulting we offer the best solutions to clients without the Big 4 overheads.

What We Do

P2 Fin Crime’s services span the regulatory change lifecycle for Financial Institutions – from advisory and operating model design, to systems evaluation and implementation with a heavy dose of operational performance improvement and remediation along the way.

Insights

Understanding the challenges that keep our clients awake at night is essential. In this section we demonstrate our expertise at solving your problems. We have deep insight into the business and technology issues facing all sectors.

Case Studies

We’ve worked with clients across the sector and have gained excellent results – but don’t just take our word for it. Have a browse through some of the work we’ve done.

P2 Consulting

P2 Consulting is a market leading business transformation consultancy. P2 provides the entire range of consultancy services for organisations engaged in business change. P2 works in partnership with clients to turn their business ambitions into reality, bringing a unique blend of leading-edge thinking and hands-on delivery.

Regulation Set To Become Even Tougher

2018 has been a big year for the banks. On the regulatory front, we have seen an increasing number of fines, for everything from violating anti-money laundering legislation and breaches in cybersecurity, to errant employees and insider dealing. And the regulatory environment is set to get even tougher in 2019.

Phil Rolfe, Chief Executive Officer, P2 Fin Crime

02.01.19

With regards to competition, it’s a difficult one – should banks be fearing the challengers? Or tech companies who are making forays into the financial services? Whatever happens, as ever, banks have to be on the front foot. Here are some of the trends we think will be big in 2019:

  1. Fines for data breaches at UK financial services institutions will continue to rise, as the detection of GDPR breaches proliferates and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) comes down hard on errors and a lack of investment in cybersecurity
  2. Banning Orders under the Senior Managers and Compliance Regime will increase again as the FCA seeks to leverage personal accountability in its push for improvements in conduct
  3. Challenger banks will seek to either tie up with the big banks and consultancies or will become acquisition targets as the big names seek to leapfrog technology investments and leverage their scale in a bid to maintain their dominance
  4. US regulators will continue to target European banks for historic infringements around sanctions compliance – we have recently seen BNP and SocGen hit; others will follow as the net widens
  5. The FAANGS (Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet, Netflix and Google) – will start to sink their teeth into banking and financial services, leveraging their customer bases, analytics capability and big data to offer competitive products backed by funky tech that bypass the high street banks.