The latest appointments in financial services...
The government has appointed John Griffith-Jones, the chairman of KPMG, as the non-executive chair designate of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The People's Pension has unveiled its "starting" trustee board, composed entirely of independent trustees.
Independent trustee firm PAN Governance has been selected as corporate director, with chief executive Steve Delo to serve as chairman.
He will be joined on the trustee board by BESTrustees chairman Alan Pickering as director.
Law firm Burges Salmon has promoted Andrew Burnette to its dispute resolution team as partner. The business said his appointment strengthened its professional negligence expertise.
Burnette advises on professional negligence and fraud claims, particularly those arising from secured lending.
Old Mutual has appointed Paul Feeney as chief executive of its wealth management business.
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