KPMG UK chairman John Griffith-Jones has been appointed the first chairman of the Financial Conduct Authority.
The Government announced the move this week, which will see chair designate Griffith-Jones join the FSA board on September 1 as a non-executive director and deputy chair, working up to three days a week. He will work with FCA chief executive designate Martin Wheatley to oversee the creation of the new regulator, which will supervise the conduct of financial services firms under the new regulatory structure.
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