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FSA appoints senior investment bank adviser

Monday 30 January 2012 – by Karina Whalley

FSA building - photo by FSA
The UK’s Financial Services Authority has ushered in a new investment banking senior adviser, former banker Will Samuel.

Announcing the appointment, the FSA’s chief executive Hector Sants said that senior advisers are a core part of the FSA’s delivery of intensive supervision and the team provides experience on regulatory market and consumer matters.

Samuel has been working in investment banking for 35 years and was most recently vice chairman of Lazard & Co, an international financial advisory and asset management firm, since 2003.

“I am delighted to announce Will’s appointment today as senior advisor to the FSA. Will brings to his role considerable experience of the investment banking sector which will be vital to our work in this area,” Sants said.

Before joining Lazard & Co, Samuel held a number of senior positions at Citigroup and qualified as a chartered accountant at Coopers & Lybrand.

His role at the FSA becomes effective immediately.

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