Peter Craddock, a director at the Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA), is among three new names on a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) committee responsible for approving applications and issuing warning notices.
Craddock, until December the group operations director at Perspective Financial Group and who now works as a consultant, is joined on the regulatory decisions committee (RDC) by Pauline Wallace, a former senior partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Dame Elizabeth Neville, a retired police officer.
The RDC is one of five committees delegated powers by the FCA and it now has 14 members. It is responsible for taking decisions on whether to refuse or grant contested applications into the regulated community, and issuing warning and decision notices for certain enforcement cases on behalf of the FCA.
Members are drawn from across a spectrum of business, consumer and industry experience.
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