FCA's Megan Butler to step down from exec role

Stephen Braviner Roman to join

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Financial Conduct Authority has announced key changes to its executive committee, with executive director of transformation Megan Butler to step down from her role in the spring.

Butler, who joined the FCA in 2016 from the Bank of England as executive director of supervision - investment, wholesale and specialist, will be succeeded by Emily Shepperd. She will lead the FCA's transformation programme alongside her current role as executive director of authorisations. Nikhil Rathi, chief executive of the FCA, said: "Megan has been at the heart of the effort to raise standards in financial services. She was at the forefront of our work to ensure firms' resilience during the pandemic and her leadership has been invaluable in ensuring the transformation of the FCA - in...

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