UK - The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has made three appointments at director level.
Anna Bradley, currently, director of the National Consumer Council, has been been appointed director of consumer reporting to FSA managing director John Tiner. She assumes the position at the end of year.
David Strachan has been appointed director of insurance firms and also reports to Tiner. He is currently FSA director of deposit takers. Philip Robinson, who is currently director of the FSA Pensions Review, takes over Strachan’s former position. Both appointments will take effect from October.
Responsibility for the pensions review will now lie with the FSA’s investment firms division.
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