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Incoming interim chair of the FCA Richard Lloyd
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Incoming interim chair of the FCA Richard Lloyd

Richard Lloyd will serve as the interim chair of the Financial Conduct Authority while a permanent successor to early departer Charles Randell is found.

The former executive director of consumer group Which? had been touted for the role earlier this week, although HM Treasury has only today (4 February) confirmed the appointment. 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 He will take on the role from 1 June 2022 while the search to replace Randell, who stepped down from the role two years early, continues. Aidene Walsh, who curren...

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