FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey has offered his condolences on behalf of the regulator following the death of former advice and life insurance director, Linda Woodall.
A point of contact is provided through the FCA website to remember Woodall, who passed away in September.
She joined the FCA in 2001 and held various roles across a variety of disciplines at the watchdog.
The regulator says she will be remembered for leading cross-sector work on how to plan for an aging population.
Bailey says: “I was deeply saddened by the news of Linda. She was such a good colleague, someone who was deeply committed to her work and the organisation. She was hugely enthusiastic about such an important topic and I have met many people from chief executives to consumers who volunteered to me that they had sought Linda out to get the benefit of her thoughts and advice.”
Woodall became a non-executive director and retail conduct advisory panel member with management consultant Huntswood and a non-executive director with Aegon‘s independent governance committee after leaving the FCA earlier this year.
An Aegon spokeswoman says: “Aegon and its IGC members were deeply saddened to hear of Linda’s untimely passing. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this time.”