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FSA appoints Furse and Hardy to Financial Services Practitioners Forum

The FSA is appointing London Stock Exchange chief executive Clara Furse and London Clearing House chief executive David Hardy to the Financial Services Practitioner Forum.

The appointments fulfil the Forum&#39s obligation to have a representative from a recognised investment exchange and a recognised clearing house required under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.

Forum chairman David Challen says: “Their presence will ensure that the Forum continues to provide an authoritative channel for communication at a senior level between the FSA and the financial industries it regulates.”

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