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New FCA boss not there 'to be liked' as he promises high standards

The new chief executive of Britain’s top financial regulator has said he is not afraid to rub people up the wrong way in pursuit of justice for consumers and has promised to maintain high ... read more

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READ MORE: New FCA boss not there 'to be liked' as he promises high standards A draft of a resolution due to be tabled by several of the European parliament’s major political groupings says that ... read more

New FCA boss will get £455,000 a year but faces a number of 'hot potatoes'

That is not the only transition with which the FCA must grapple in coming months. Financial markets are due to transition from the old inter-bank lending rate, LIBOR, to a new ... he will enjoy a ... read more

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