'Clear rationale for more NEDs' on the FCA board

Independent review

James Baxter-Derrington
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Outgoing chair Charles Randell
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Outgoing chair Charles Randell

There is a “clear rationale” for more non-executive directors on the board of the Financial Conduct Authority, an independent review by Advance Boardroom Excellence has found.

The report argued that a greater number of NEDs would be beneficial to the regulator's board given the "huge agenda and challenges faced by the organisation" but clarified this was not a decision for the...

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