FCA chair Charles Randell to step down a year early

Exit in spring 2022

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Charles Randell

Charles Randell is set to leave his role as chair of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) three years after his appointment, the FCA has revealed.

Appointed with the plan to remain in his role for five years, Randell became chair in April 2018. He has now revealed plans to step down in spring 2022. Randell has asked Chancellor of the Exchequer,...

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