Addleshaw Goddard appoints consumer finance expert Nikki Worden as partner
Addleshaw Goddard has increased its financial regulation capability in London with the appointment of consumer finance expert Nikki Worden as partner.
Worden joins Addleshaw Goddard from Allen & Overy, where she specialised in consumer finance. Prior to this, she held senior legal and business roles at MBNA, a credit card issuer.
She is the third senior appointment the firm has made to its financial regulation team in the last four months, following the arrival of Brian McDonnell from Olswang and the promotion of Rosanna Bryant to partner in May.
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