Tracey McDermott is likely to be appointed as chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) within weeks, according to the Sunday Times.
The paper said on 3 January McDermott, the current acting CEO, was the frontrunner to be named Martin Wheatley's successor. It added the appointment was likely to be made within weeks. The report said...
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