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University challenge for FSA&#39s head of training

FSA head of industry training and business ethics adviser David Jackman has been appointed visiting professor at London Guildhall University&#39s centre for financial regulation studies.

Jackman, the architect of the training and competence regime that came in last November, will give lectures and advise on the content of financial services training courses. He will also be involved in research initiatives.

Jackman chairs the British Standards Institute committee on financial services and is head of the UK delegation for the International Standards Organisation. He recently contributed a chapter on value-led regulation to a new book called Business Ethics.

London Guildhall University provost Professor Roderick Floud says: “His experience and expertise, particularly in the field of ethics, will be invaluable as we develop new courses and research projects to meet the changing needs of the financial services industry.”

Jackman says: “Values and ethics are at the core of culture and play a very important role in determining the reputation and long-term success of businesses.”

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