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FRC brings in six to reporting review board

Reporting watchdog beefs up Financial Reporting Review Panel with six new members, including finance directors of Standard Chartered Bank, Legal & General and a former Tate & Lyle FD

The Financial Reporting Council has parachuted in six leading businesses
figures to the Financial Reporting Review Panel.

The new appointments include Richard Meddings, finance director of Standard
Chartered Bank, Andrew Palmer, group FD of Legal & General and John
Nicholas, the former FD of Tate & Lyle.

Sir Christopher Hogg, chairman of the Financial Reporting Council said: ‘I am
very pleased to welcome six new members to the Financial Reporting Review Panel.

‘The range and depth of commercial experience that they bring will help to
ensure that the membership of the FRRP continues to command the respect of the
broader financial reporting community.’

Further reading:

The full
FRC Press Release

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