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FSA announces new director

The FSA has appointed Lesley Titcomb as director of its regulatory transactions division.
Titcomb joined the Securities and Investments Board in 1994 and since then has held a wide range of posts covering both regulatory and operational issues at both the SIB and FSA.
She will report to managing director of the regulatory services business unit David Kenmir.
The director level vacancy arose following the creation of the financial crime and intelligence division announced recently by chief executive John Tiner.
Tiner says: “I am delighted to welcome Lesley to the director team. She brings with her a wealth of regulatory experience including spending the last 12 months working with me and the Executive Committee in developing the strategy for the organisation and building on FSA’s move to more principles based regulation”

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