By: 23 April 2024
Factor Risk Management launches M&A and transactional risks division

Factor Risk Management (FRM) has announced the launch of its M&A and transactional risks division. They have appointed James Wilson and Camila Carvalho to run the new sector of the business.

James Wilson joins as FRM’s head of M&A and transactional risks. He is recognised in the industry as one of its most experienced practitioners.

James’ 20-year career has seen him in senior roles as head of transactional insurance for a Lloyd’s of London Syndicate, and head of M&A Insurance for a Lloyd’s of London broker, structuring comprehensive and tailored solutions for a raft of complex transactions.

Camila Carvalho joins FRM as an associate director of its M&A and transactional risks division.  She brings with her 14 years of international experience in complex international transactions across multiple jurisdictions.  Camila was a corporate lawyer before moving to PwC’s deals tax team in Sao Paulo and then London, specialising in cross-border M&A deals and group reorganisations.

James and Camila will boost FRM’s offering with clients who wish to mitigate the threat of litigation or guard against any ongoing disputes when involved in M&A deals. The firm will now be able to assist them in all industry sectors across multiple jurisdictions, providing transactional risk solutions.


Tom Davey, director and co-founder of Factor Risk Management, commented:

“We are really delighted to welcome two professionals of the calibre of James and Camila to Factor Risk Management. They strengthen FRM’s powerful mix of insurance and finance professionals servicing the needs of the disputes, mergers and acquisitions market.  They are a great fit as we expand our business.”


James Wilson, new Head of M&A and Transactional Risks at Factor Risk Management, commented:

“We are incredibly proud to launch Factor Risk Management’s M&A and Transactional Risks offering. Our agile structure, subject-matter expertise and market experience will allow clients a new option when looking for a partner to provide insurance solutions in the often fast-paced and complex M&A deal-making community.”

Emma Cockings
Emma is a content editor for Claims Media. Emma is a experienced writer with a background in client-centric personal injury for a major firm. She has attended and reported on multiple brokerage events throughout her career.