Scott Levine is a Principal in PwC’s Financial Services Consulting practice, specializing in the capital markets sector where his clients include several US and non-US G-SIBs. Scott has advised clients on a variety of initiatives spanning the three lines of defense, with a focus on non-financial risk management. This includes designing processes, controls, and reporting used by front office supervisors, RCSA design and execution, documenting and rationalizing written supervisory procedures, and enhancing clients’ supervisory toolsets (e.g., dashboards, workflow tools, case management, etc.). Scott has also assisted his clients with large and complex risk management transformation programs, regulatory compliance objectives (Swap Dealer, Volcker Rule, Reg W, resolution plans, etc.), market conduct initiatives, and compliance with the FX Global Code of Conduct.
In addition to assisting clients, Scott has contributed to several of PwC’s publications on topics related to innovations within capital markets, and front office risk and controls.
Prior to joining PwC, Scott was Vice President and Counsel at RBS where he provided legal advice on a range of Dodd-Frank regulatory issues, as well as advised the debt capital markets business.