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August 15, 2022
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FCA appoints Christopher Woolard as interim chief

The Financial Conducts Authority (FCA) has named Christopher Woolard as its interim chief executive. Christopher Woolard, FCA Woolard steps into the role while the regulator searches for a successor to former chief executive Andrew Bailey, who is to become the next governor of the Bank of England. Woolard has been the watchdog’s head of strategy for seven years. He arrived at the FCA at its inception after the scrapping of the Financial Services Authority in 2013. Prior to that he worked at Ofcom, the BBC, and in the civil service. He is among the frontrunners to succeed Bailey full-time, alongside…
FCA appoints Christopher Woolard as interim chief

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