Advisers and other financial services stakeholders have questioned the relationship between the Treasury and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) following chief executive Martin Wheatley's somewhat surprising exit from the watchdog.
Following an announcement from the FCA on 17 July that Wheatley would be stepping down as CEO in September, it emerged the Chancellor George Osborne had opted against renewing the former deputy chief executive...
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