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FSA loses head of regulatory investigations to private sector


The Financial Services Authority has lost its head of regulatory investigations Fiona Fry to the private sector.


KPMG has appointed Fiona Fry as a partner in its financial sector regulatory practice.


Fry, currently heads a 70-strong team at the FSA. She has been with the FSA and prior to that Imro for over eight years.


Fry will take up her new post on August 3.

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