FCA to appoint former Which? director Richard Lloyd as interim chair - reports

Chair Charles Randell to depart Spring 2022

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Departing FCA chair Charles Randell
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Departing FCA chair Charles Randell

The Financial Conduct Authority is due to announce the appointment of Richard Lloyd, a non-executive director at the regulator, as interim chair, according to reports.

The former executive director of consumer group Which? will be named as interim chair this week, Sky News reported yesterday (31 January) evening. Lloyd led Which? as executive director from 2011 to 2016 and joined the board of the FCA in April 2019 and is currently chair of the risk committee and the oversight committee. Industry questions 'unusual' departure of Charles Randell from FCA In October 2021, it was announced that FCA and Payment Systems Regulator chair Charles Randell would step down in Spring 2022, before the end of his five-year term. Randell was appointed chair in A...

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