FCA chair John Griffith-Jones to step down in March 2018

Has faced criticism during his tenure

Jayna Rana
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John Griffith-Jones

The founding chairman of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) John Griffith-Jones will step down after the completion of his first term in the role next March.

Griffith-Jones, who has chaired the regulator since its creation in April 2013, will not stand for a second term, with the FCA having faced much criticism over the past four years. This has been in...

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