Senior financial services figures back former MP Tyrie for FCA chair role

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Andrew Tyrie, former chair of the Treasury Select Committee
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Andrew Tyrie, former chair of the Treasury Select Committee

Former Treasury Select Committee chair Andrew Tyrie is being urged by a number of senior figures in the financial services industry to put himself forward for the position of the next chairman of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

According to Sky News, Tyrie's appointment would be supported by several banks and asset manager directors. Tyrie (pictured) is a former Conservative MP and became chair of the Treasury Select Committee...

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