Stewart was the FCA's accountable executive for Mifid and MAR projects
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is
set to part ways with the head of its Mifid II and MAR
implementation programme just two months ahead of the
implementation of the European Market Abuse Regulation
Gavin Stewart – who previously
served as the FCA’s chief risk officer - is set to
leave the British regulator in July.
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