FCA adds six directors to leadership team

500 new FCA staff this year

Jenna Brown
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Nikhil Rathi: "As our remit grows and to deliver on our ambitious strategy, we're continuing to develop and bring in the skills and talent we need."
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Nikhil Rathi: "As our remit grows and to deliver on our ambitious strategy, we're continuing to develop and bring in the skills and talent we need."

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has appointed six directors to its leadership team as it continues to expand its headcount.

The regulator said it would have added more than 500 new staff members between January the end of July this year. The director appointments fill a mix of new and existing roles and come from bot...

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