FCA pay gaps persist despite bumper 2018/19

gender pay gap

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its annual reports and accounts for 2018/19, reporting that income exceeded operating costs by £25.4m.

The excess income allowed the FCA to pay down 30% of its accumulated deficit, which now stands at £61.5m.

However, at a staff level, sizeable pay gaps persist for female and ethnic minority employees, as well as between executive members and non-executive staff.

Anticipating criticisms, FCA chair Charles Randell wrote: “As we transform the

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