The executive director for enforcement and market oversight at the U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority, which also supervises compliance by U.K. cryptocurrency firms with anti-money-laundering laws, said he would step down next spring, the agency said Tuesday.
Mark Steward was appointed to his role at the finance regulator seven years ago. He was known for leading some of the FCA’s most complex and high-profile enforcement actions, including ones against major global banks and individuals, the agency said.
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