FCA makes three senior hires

Mel Gunewardena to join

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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The FCA Headquarters

The FCA Headquarters

The Financial Conduct Authority has made three senior hires, as the organisation said it has recruited over 250 employees this year as staff turnover returns to pre-pandemic levels.

Mel Gunewardena is set to join the FCA as a senior advisor in mid-May. He is currently chief market intelligence officer at the Commodities and Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) based in Washington DC and a former managing director at Goldman Sachs. Graeme Reynolds has begun as director of competition after working at the FCA for seven years, most recently as a deputy chief economist. The FCA said that Reynolds "will bring to bear his significant analytical skills" leading the FCA's teams undertaking competition market studies and those who investigate competition enforcement cases.  ...

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