Royal London appoints ex-FSA senior adviser to board

Olivia Dickson joins as a non-executive director

Mike Sheen
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Olivia Dickson joins Royal London board
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Olivia Dickson joins Royal London board

Royal London has hired former senior adviser to the Financial Services Authority (FSA) - now the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) - Olivia Dickson as a non-executive director.

Dickson (pictured), who served as a member of the FCA forerunner's regulatory decisions committee, is also currently a non-executive director of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), where she chairs the actuarial council. RLAM reports strong results as AUM tops £100bn In addition to Royal London and the FRC, Dickson is a non-executive adviser to the senior partner and managing partner at law firm Travers Smith, and is a member of the government's advisory group on social impact investing. She has previously held non-executive director roles at Canada Life, where she chaired the r...

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