FCA appoints ex-diplomat as director of global


The Monetary Habits Authority (FCA) has appointed former British Ambassador to Kosovo Ruairi O’Connell OBE as its director of global.

O’Connell has in depth revel in in each the International Place of business and the House Place of business the place he’s recently director, global. He joined the House Place of business in 2020.

His remits on the FCA come with serving to to form the regulator’s global approach in addition to overseeing its global engagement together with issues bobbing up from the United Kingdom withdrawal from the EU.

O’Connell’s appointment follows the recruitment of six new administrators in July because the FCA expands its headcount to fulfill its rising remit and the formidable 3 year-strategy introduced in April.

FCA leader govt Nikhil Rathi welcomes O’Connell’s appointment pronouncing that “he brings with him in depth revel in of global affairs, safety and approach”.

Ultimate week, the FCA introduced that it’s aiming to recruit 100 new team of workers for a regional place of job it’s going to identify in Leeds.

William Hague, director of trade and transformation on the FCA, is main the established order of the place of job. Hague has a background operating in central executive together with the Cupboard Place of business and HM Income & Customs.

The regulator has additionally employed Phil Nixon, an information services and products knowledgeable, to run its Leeds-based Virtual Supply Centre.







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