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FSCS makes non-exec appointments

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has appointed Tony Ashford and Rosalind Reston as non-executive directors.
Ashford is currently chairman of the HSBC Pensions Trust and a non-executive director of AIB and the Jubilee Sailing Trust. Reston is a solicitor and recently retired partner at Lovells LLP.
FSCS board chairman David Hall says: “Tony Ashford and Rosalind Reston are joining us at an important time for the scheme, and each brings a wealth of experience that will be of great benefit to FSCS and those we are here to serve. I would also like to express my sincere appreciation to Sarah Brown who retires from the Board at the end of February. She has made an outstanding contribution to the Scheme since joining us as a founder member in 2000.”
FSA chairman Callum McCarthy says: “We are pleased Tony Ashford and Rosalind Reston have been appointed to the FSCS Board as non-executive directors. They bring with them experience in their fields which will greatly benefit the FSCS.”

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