Three new appointments to the board of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have been made by the Economic Secretary to the Treasury.
Liam Coleman, Alice Maynard and Tommaso Valletti will take up roles as non-executive directors to the board of the FCA.
Maynard was jointly appointed by HM Treasury and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. They will each serve three-year terms beginning 5 November 2019.
The economic secretary to the Treasury, John Glen, said: “The FCA has a vital role in ensuring our financial sector keeps people safe and that firms put customers at the heart of their decisions.
“So, I am delighted to announce these new appointments to the FCA board. Their wealth of experience and expertise will be incredibly valuable to the crucial work of the regulator.”
Chair of the FCA, Charles Randell, added: “I’m delighted to welcome such an impressive group of new non-executive directors to the FCA board.
“They have extensive combined experience both in financial services and a range of public service organisations. As the FCA continues to adapt to deliver its mission effectively in our rapidly changing world, its board will continue to provide essential support and challenge.”