FCA interim chief executive Woolard to exit

Steps down from board on 1 October

Hannah Godfrey
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Chris Woolard joined the FCA in 2013
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Chris Woolard joined the FCA in 2013

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) interim chief executive Chris Woolard is set to leave the FCA after seven years at the regulator.

Buried in a press statement released on Wednesday (16 September), the FCA confirmed the interim chief executive would exit after completing a review of unsecured credit market regulation. Woolard will...

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