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Former FCA man Percival teams up with Threesixty to offer training service

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Former FCA technical specialist Rory Percival will work with Threesixty to support the training and development of its internal compliance team.

Percival left the FCA this month after 10 years to set up his own compliance and training consultancy, but will also work with support service provider on a retainer basis.

Threesixty director Phil Young says: “Rory has a fantastic reputation and we are delighted to have his support. We spend a lot of time on the development and oversight of our staff as quality is important to us, and I know it is to Rory too.”

Percival adds: “The focus of my new venture is supporting professionalism across the advisory sector. I am therefore keen to work with other consultancy firms given their existing wide reach.”

Percival was replaced at the FCA by Chris Hewitt, a lead associate in the regulator’s investment intermediaries department.

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