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Five new members for the FSCP

The FSA has announced five new appointments to the Financial Services Consumer Panel.
Kay Blair, Stephen Crampton and Lindsey Rogerson will join the panel straight away while Michael Chapman and Jenny Hamilton join at the start of next year.
Bair has been a member of the Scottish Consumer Council since 2003, Crampton is an independent EU and consumer affairs consultant and Rogerson is a freelance financial journalist.
Chapman runs his own advisory consultancy specialising in financial capability, financial inclusion and community regeneration and Hamilton is a law professor at Strathclyde University.
The quintet fill existing vacancies and members of the panel who will be standing down over the next few months.
FSA chairman Callum McCarthy Says: “I am delighted that Kay, Stephen and Lindsey are joining the Panel and look forward to welcoming Michael and Jenny in January. They and the existing members will ensure that the Panel continues to provide a strong, independent consumer voice to the FSA.”

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