FCA appoints Maggie Craig as its first Scotland head

Currently head of insurance and pensions policy Maggie Craig promoted

Mike Sheen
Craig will take up her new role in September

Craig will take up her new role in September

The FCA has appointed Maggie Craig as its first head of department for Scotland, operating out of the regulator's Edinburgh office.

Craig, who takes up the role in September, will be focus on developing the FCA's approach in Scotland and contributing to Scottish aspects of FCA policies. FCA to launch third party review of Connaught...

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