Linda Woodall, director of life insurance and financial advice, at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has stepped down from her role.
The FCA said it had not yet hired a replacement for Woodall, who is to retire from financial regulation, but it had advertised the position. Woodall oversaw the life insurance and financial advice sectors...
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