Timothy Fosh is an associate in the financial regulation group at Slaughter and May in London. His practice incorporates transactional and non-transactional work for a variety of financial and non-financial institutions. His practice has recently involved providing advice on many elements of UK banking regulation (including the ring-fencing regime, capital requirements and the UK implementation of the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive), as well as advising on the regulation of the trading of derivatives and financial instruments more generally. He has also recently advised a number of banks and fund managers on structuring and material outsourcing issues, as well as advising on the acquisition of certain consumer credit and intermediary firms. He graduated with a degree in classics from Durham University in 2007, and qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2012.