Mike Westcott-Rudd

Land Registry

Mike Westcott-Rudd is the Legal Advisor to the Land Registry Board, Land Registry’s Senior Information Risk Owner (SIRO) and Head of Corporate Legal & Assurances Services alongside being board champion for the Land Registry’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic network.

Mike has overall responsibility for: Internal Audit, Risk Management, Corporate Governance, Business Planning, Technical Assurance and providing legal advice to Land Registry in relation to ‘whole business’ (excluding registration or practice matters). This includes responsibility for ensuring that Land Registry has appropriate controls in place and for the maintenance of proper standards of corporate governance.

After reading law at Cambridge, Mike spent his early career in private practice, latterly as a corporate and commercial lawyer before joining Land Registry in 1987. Mike was awarded the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors prestigious Michael Barratt award in 2003 for contributions to Geomatics.

Mike enjoys surfing, skiing and playing team sports including football and cricket.

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