Former Perspective Financial Group operations director Peter Craddock is among the latest members to join the FCA’s Regulatory Decisions Committee.
The RDC is part of the FCA’s independent appeals process, and hears appeals against enforcement and authorisation issues and supervisory decisions. It is made up of external committee members from the industry who report to the FCA board.
Money Marketing revealed yesterday Craddock had left the IFA consolidator as part of a shake-up of the firm’s business model. He is now working as an independent consultant and remains in a consultancy role at Perspective.
The FCA board has also appointed two other members to the RDC. Dame Elizabeth Neville is a former chief constable of Wiltshire Police and has held a number of public positions including a member of the determinations panel at The Pensions Regulator and a non-executive director at the Serious Fraud Office.
Former PricewaterhouseCoopers senior partner Pauline Wallace has also been appointed to the RDC. For the last four years Wallace has been head of public policy and regulatory affairs at PwC.