Rodney Gallagher is a former partner of PWC, with particular responsibility for the Firm’s work in the Caribbean. As Financial Services Adviser, Mr. Gallagher was responsible for the development of anti-money laundering initiatives in a number of independent Caribbean states. Between 1992-4 Mr. Gallagher played a key role in the formation of the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF), and was responsible for the initial feasibility study and drafting the Kingston Declaration.
In June 1998 Mr. Gallagher was awarded an OBE for services to HMG in the Caribbean and retired from service with the UK Government in December 2001. Since early 2002 Mr. Gallagher has been retained to advise a number of governments and private sector organisations in the Caribbean on anti-money laundering programmes, and has mentored a number of regional FIUs including in Barbados, BVI, St Lucia and Antigua.
- Partner of PWC (former)
- Financial Services Adviser to the Secretary of State, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London at the British High Commission, Bridgetown, Barbados
- External Commissioner on the board of the Financial Services Commission, British Virgin Islands (2002)
- Advisor to the FIU, St Vincent