A former Bank of England official, who was involved in the controversial scrapping of the regulator's probe into the culture at UK banks, has been appointed as director of supervision on a permanent basis.
Megan Butler (pictured) joined the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on secondment last September to replace Tracey McDermott as director of supervision - investment, wholesale and specialists. She...
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