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Lawyer to Become OFT Chairman

Office of Fair Trading chairman and chief executive Sir John Vickers will leave the organisation in October. Philip Collins, a senior partner at law firm Lovells, will take over for a four-year period as chairman. From October, the roles of chairman and chief executive, currently filled by Vickers, will be split. The OFT will soon begin its search for a new chief executive.

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