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UK Treasury Appoints Regulator Complaints Commissioner

UK Treasury Appoints Regulator Complaints Commissioner

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Feb 06, 2024


ICYMI: In December, the UK Treasury named Rachel Kent, a Partner at law firm Hogan Lovells, as the new Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner.

Kent, who started her five-year term in January, is responsible for independently reviewing complaints about regulators and the Bank of England. Utilizing information gained from these complaints, she has the power to make recommendations to the regulators, including recommending that they remedy complaints where they are upheld.

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