John Tiner will take up the newly-created post of chief executive at the FSA in September, when Howa...
John Tiner will take up the newly-created post of chief executive at the FSA in September, when Howard Davies steps down as head of the Financial Services Authority.
Working alongside Callum McCarthy, who is currently chairman of the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority but then takes over from Davies as chairman, Tiner will begin work on September 22nd.
It is unlikely to have come as a surprise to many people at the FSA that Tiner was given the top post, as he was thought to be the favourite for the position.
He was appointed managing director responsible for the consumer, investment and insurance directorate in April 2001, having spent many years prior to joining the FSA at Arthur Andersen.
Two global vehicles
'Further plug advice gap'
Must appoint separate CEOs and boards
Advisers do come out well
Will report to Mark Till