FCA brings in Lloyds banker

BANKING regulator The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has recruited Karina McTeague from Lloyds Banking Group as director of retail banking in its supervisory division.

McTeague, who has held a series of risk, policy and general counsel roles at Lloyds, starts in November. The FCA also confirmed three other supervision directors, already acting in the posts since April. Nick Poyntz-Wright is director of long-term savings and pensions, Linda Woodall is director of mortgages & consumer lending and William Amos is director of wholesale banking & investment management.