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Pell joins the Panel to provide input primarily from the retail banking sector, while Patrick Snowball will represent the general insurance sector.

The Panel has also reappointed current members deputy chairman of Threadneedle Asset Management Alan Ainsworth, and London Stock Exchange chief executive Clara Furse.

The Panel is a statutory body that represents the interests of practitioners within the regulatory framework.

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