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FCA chief Bailey: 12 months in power

FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey has just marked his first year at the top of the regulator. Money Marketing asks: Who is the man running the financial services show?

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  1. FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey has just marked his first year at the top of the regulator and given himself a £60,000 IFA Bonus.

  2. waste of space not fit for purpose

  3. Andrew Bailey has just passed his SECOND 12 months as CEO of the FCA. About time you took this down, MM.

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