Mission Statement

At RegSol our mission is to provide tailored and scalable services enabling you to comply with your regulatory obligations. Our range of practical solutions, across training and consultancy, is constantly evolving to ensure that we are on top of the ever-changing regulatory landscape. We always strive to find the most effective means of compliance for our clients regardless of their size and are proud to be a leading provider to SME’s.

Our Team

AnneMarie Whelan BL
Lead Regulatory Consultant & CEO

As a qualified Barrister, AnneMarie spent 9 years at the Bar of Ireland before switching to financial services regulation in 2014. Since then she has developed expertise in Anti-Money Laundering, Consumer Protection and Data Protection. She regularly presents at different industry events on these topics. AnneMarie has extensive experience in drafting compliant policies and procedures, conducting onsite compliance reviews and has developed a streamlined CBI Authorisation application process for intermediaries. She currently holds a Central Bank of Ireland approved PCF-12 Head of Compliance role with a Retail Intermediary and is a named MLRO for a Credit Union on an outsourced part-time basis.

Mella Kennedy BL
Senior Regulatory Consultant

Mella is a former barrister with over 10 years of experience in civil, commercial and regulatory law previously advising private organisations and public bodies on regulatory requirements in relation to financial crime. Mella previously worked as an Enforcement Lawyer in the investigation and enforcement of AML/CFT cases for the Central Bank of Ireland. She also represented the Bar Council of Ireland on the Irish delegation to the FATF in the lead up to the mutual evaluation of Ireland. She holds Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degrees from National University of Ireland, Galway and a Masters in Law from Trinity College Dublin.

Laura Kilbane LCI, PC.dp, APA
Senior Regulatory Consultant

Laura is a Senior Compliance Consultant with RegSol. She holds a Professional Diploma in Compliance (LCI), the Practitioner Cert in Data Protection (PC.dp) and a Professional Certificate in Financial Advice (APA). She recently completed the Diploma in Fintech Risk & Compliance. Laura has over 10 years experience in Financial Services, 7 of which were spent in Compliance roles within the insurance industry. She has developed expertise in areas of Financial Crime, Consumer Protection, Data Protection and Fitness & Probity.

Aisling Folens
Operations Manager

Aisling is responsible for the smooth running of the RegSol business. She deals with office administration, scheduling, event management, client queries and project co-ordination. In addition, she is lead instructional designer for our e-learning courses, working with our consultants and clients to turn content into interactive, online modules. With over 10 years experience in financial and compliance industries, she brings a wealth of knowledge to all aspects of the business.

Derek Whelan BSc (HONS)

With a financial services and technology background, Derek oversees IT, software, and business development. Having completed his computer science degree at UCD, Derek started his professional career as a software developer and progressed through various engineering and business roles in the financial services industry. Throughout 20+ years in the industry, he has gained broad knowledge of risk, compliance, legal and operational aspects of running a business. He is passionate about Fintech and growing the RegSol business sustainably.

Contact Us

Telephone : +353 1 539 4884
Email : info@regsol.ie

Address :
20 Harcourt Street
Dublin 2,
D02 NP26

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Privacy Statement

1. Who We Are

Réiteach Consultancy Limited trading as RegSol and RegSol Ireland is a company limited by shares registered in Ireland with CRO Number 618712. In this privacy statement "we", "our", “RegSol" and "RegSol.ie" mean Réiteach Consultancy Limited. You can contact us by email - info@regsol.ie or Phone – 01 539 4884 or by writing to our registered office.

2. How and Why We Process Personal Data

We comply with the current Irish and European law on data protection. You do not have to supply us with any of your data if you choose not to. We obtain, store and process information about our clients in the context of our business for the purpose of providing our consultancy and training services. Information on clients is obtained via email, phone, writing and sign up via our website for training courses. The legal basis for processing in this context is contractual. In most cases we will retain the information which we store about you or your business for 6 years after the end of our working relationship or where appropriate 6 years from the completion of a project.

You can also provide us with your name and email address via our website for the sole purpose of receiving our newsletter and information about our services. The legal basis for processing in this context is consent and you can withdraw your consent by clicking unsubscribe on any of those communications. We will retain your details unless or until you indicate to us that you no longer wish to receive our newsletter or other information in this context. Clicking unsubscribe will automatically delete your information from our database.

We do not disclose your personal data to anyone outside of RegSol without your consent other than in the situations below:

  • Where the proper handling of your work or provision of our services to you requires disclosure
  • on a confidential basis to auditors where they may make random checks of our files;
  • to our professional indemnity insurers;
  • where compelled by professional regulations (including Your regulators) or by law, such as a court order.
  • Where we engage services providers to assist us in providing our services, we will always ensure that they are complaint with Irish and European Data Protection law and subject to a written agreement that includes adequate protection of your data.

We do not transfer personal data of our clients or subscribers to destinations outside of the European Union.

4. Your Rights

Applicable data protection laws may give you the right to control how we process your personal data. These include the right (i) to request access to and a copy of your personal information, (ii) to object to processing of your personal information, or to request rectification or erasure of your personal information; (iii) to restrict processing of your personal information; and (iv) to data portability. Where we are using your personal information with your consent, you also have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, though this will not affect our uses of your personal information prior to the withdrawal of your consent.

If you wish to exercise any of these rights please contact us via email – info@RegSol.ie or in writing to our registered office and we will endeavour to respond as soon as possible. You also have the right to complain to your national Data Protection Authority at any time.