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Rodrigues steps down from FSA board

Bradford & Bingley group chief executive Christopher Rodrigues is to leave the FSA board when his second term expires on 10 December.

Rodrigues has been on the board for six years. National Consumer Council chairman Deirdre Hutton is to take over as deputy chairman of the board and chairman of the FSA committee of non-executive directors when Middle Temple deputy chairmanbencher Stewart Boyd retires at the end of March 2004.

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