FSA markets division head to leave
Friday 16 September 2011 - by Nicola York
FSA markets division head Alexander Justham is leaving the UK city watchdog after more than four and a half years with the regulator.
The German regulator Bafin approved the deal earlier this week but it still has to be passed by a number of EU and US regulators.
The departure is another in a long line of exits from the regulator which is overhauling its structure and splitting into two divisions.
Thomas Huertas who headed up the international division and was an expert on bank stability and prudential issues, announced he was leaving over the summer to join Ernst & Young.
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