Outgoing Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief executive Martin Wheatley has said he is "disappointed" to be leaving the regulator and will leave behind a "sense of unfinished business".
Speaking at what will be his final annual public meeting at the financial services watchdog, the ousted CEO said he is "disappointed to be moving on and with a sense of unfinished business". Last week,...
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