Former Financial Services Authority (FSA) senior adviser Olivia Dickson has been appointed as non-executive director at Royal London.
At the FSA, the Financial Conduct Authority's predecessor, Dickson worked as a senior adviser on strategic projects in both retail and wholesale markets. Dickson also worked at J.P Morgan, where she established and headed up the private client brokerage business in Europe and the Middle East, as well as leading exchange traded derivative operations in Europe. Prior to that Dickson worked as a non-executive director at Canada Life and chaired its risk committee, as well as holding non-executive...
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