The Financial Conduct Authority’s thinker in chief was named interim Chief Executive with Andrew Bailey moving on to become the next Bank of England Governor; Woolard has been with the FCA since its creation in 2013 as it was created from the discredited Financial Services Authority; Mr Woolard said in a statement to the FT: “We have a huge job to do and I’m looking forward to working with the board and colleagues across the FCA as we continue to deliver the FCA’s mission.”; Woolard, along with the FCA’s Head of Supervision, are tapped to be two of the candidates under consideration for the role. Financial Times
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