Charles Randell has been appointed as the new chair of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
He will replace John Griffith-Jones on 1 April and has been given a five-year contract.
Griffith-Jones’ leaving plans were announced in June last year.
He has led the FCA since its formation after being appointed non-executive chair designate in June 2012 and taking on the role when the watchdog came into effect on 1 April 2013.
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Randell is currently an external member of the Prudenti
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