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    Giedre Mitkute is an Associate in the London office of Locke Lord and a member of the Cards and Payments Team.

    Immediately prior to joining the firm, Giedre worked as a Regulatory Manager at R. Raphaels & Sons plc (Raphaels Bank), overseeing legal and regulatory compliance in relation to provision of payment services and issuance of e-money both in the UK and across 12 other EEA jurisdictions. In her role, Giedre was heavily involved in advising on and reviewing AML policies and procedures for new e-money and payment services projects, as part of its outsource monitoring and also for Raphaels Bank.

    Giedre’s previous experience includes lecturing at Westminster CPD where she was responsible for the development and delivery of continuous professional development training in areas including AML and anti-bribery and corruption.

    Giedre is a Co-chair of the Prepaid International Forum's (PIF) Anti-Money Laundering Working Group and represents PIF in discussions with the regulatory and government bodies on the implementation of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive and the Second Payment Services Directive into national law.

    Giedre provides regulatory guidance on client’s business operations, runs legal and compliance workshops and drafts a wide range of B2C and B2B contracts. She also advises clients on their applications to be an authorised e-money institution / payment institution.

    Professional History

    • Admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales (2019)

    Professional Affiliations and Recognitions

    • Co-Chair AML Group, PIF
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