People: UK’s FCA makes three new appointments


UK: The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has appointed an interim executive director for its strategy and competition division, as part of the reshuffle caused by chief executive Andrew Bailey’s forthcoming departure.

Sheldon Mills will replace Christopher Woolard as head of the division. Woolard will, in turn, stand in for Bailey when he becomes governor of the Bank of England on March 16.

Mills joined the FCA in 2018, as director of competition, after serving as senior director for

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