FCA Chairman Griffith-Jones outlines four key challenges for successor

Brexit on top of Randell's 'to-do list'

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Outgoing FCA chairman John Griffith-Jones
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Outgoing FCA chairman John Griffith-Jones

Outgoing Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Chairman John Griffith-Jones has set out four key challenges for his successor Charles Randell when his five-year term in office commences on 1 April.

In a speech to TheCityUK on Wednesday (14 March) Griffith-Jones, who will step down on 31 March after a first term marred by criticism, identified Brexit, technological advances, the relationship between...

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