The UK headquartered professional services group, K3 Capital Group (“K3”) has appointed financial services litigation and regulatory expert, Lynsey Gregory as General Counsel.

Lynsey will join the K3 leadership team, with a group-wide remit to provide legal leadership and advice to K3 and its subsidiaries across the globe with a particular focus on the Quantuma group of companies.

Lynsey brings over 20 years of experience in both private practice and in-house legal roles in the UK and the Middle East with a focus on litigation, regulatory, conduct and compliance matters. 

Lynsey joins K3 from HSBC Bank Middle East Ltd following a decade long tenure as the Regional Head of Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement for the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey region. 

K3 Capital Group Executive Chairman John Rigby said,

“I am pleased to welcome Lynsey to the leadership team at K3. The role of General Counsel within K3 is far reaching and Lynsey will utilise the breadth and depth of her extensive legal experience as K3 continues its rapid international expansion.

“Following our acquisition by an affiliate of Sun European Partners, LLP (“Sun European”) we continue at pace to execute our aggressive growth strategy; I am looking forward to the support and direction Lynsey will provide K3 in its acquisition strategy and strategic objectives.”

Lynsey Murning-Gregory added,

“I am delighted to join K3 as its General Counsel at such an exciting time in its impressive growth journey. 

“The multi-jurisdictional, cross-industry reach of the role plays to my skill set and it will be a privilege to be part of the leadership team delivering the organisation’s vision.  I am looking forward to working alongside colleagues to drive attainment of K3’s ambitious and targeted strategic objectives”.

About K3 Capital Group 

K3 Capital Group, is a multi-disciplinary and complementary group of professional services businesses advising UK SMEs and with some operations overseas. The company listed on the AIM market in April 2017 and was subsequently acquired for £270m in 2023 by Sun European Partners, a subsidiary of Florida-based investment firm Sun Capital. The Company’s divisions operate through multiple brands such as Knightsbridge, KBS Corporate, KBS Corporate Finance, Knight Corporate Finance (Business Sales), Quantuma and Quantuma International (Restructuring), Randd, Knight R&D and K3 Tax Advisory (Tax).