Greg Sachrajda

Director, Cross-Cutting Policy and Strategy, Financial Conduct Authority

Greg is currently Interim Director of Cross-Cutting Policy and Strategy in the Financial Conduct Authority’s Supervision, Policy and Competition Division.

Greg has previously held a number of roles at the Financial Conduct Authority, and its predecessor the Financial Services Authority.  This includes Head of Department for International Delivery, leading on the delivery of the FCA’s EU withdrawal and wider international work, ensuring the FCA and all sectors of the financial services industry were ready for key Brexit milestones.

Greg has also led key projects in the FCA’s Transformation directorate to make the FCA the regulator it needs to be to meet today’s challenges and those of the future, and has led multiple Enforcement teams.  This includes heading up the Law, Policy and International department, and Enforcement’s Relationship Management and Strategy Team.  Greg has led numerous Enforcement investigations into suspected financial services misconduct, with experience of Tribunal proceedings and large-scale customer compensation programmes.

Before joining the FCA/FSA, Greg was a commercial litigation lawyer in London specialising in financial services litigation, representing subjects of regulatory investigations, advising clients on regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations.