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Royal Bank Of Scotland Recruits Former Fsa Regulator

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2013/may/27/royal-bank-scotland-recruit-former-regulator

A former regulator is joining Royal Bank of Scotland in a newly created role overseeing regulatory affairs and conduct as part of the effort by the bailed out bank to clean up its reputation in the wake of the Libor rigging scandal.

Jon Pain, who was at the Financial Services Authority for four years until 2011, is joining the bank in August as head of conduct and regulatory affairs. He will become one of the most senior executives at the bank, joining the executive committee (just below board level) and potentially earning millions of pounds a year.

At least they have an expert in regulation....

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Looks like someone is being compensated for his hard work keeping both eyes closed while the banksters were defrauding us... <_<

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He won't earn millions of pounds. Compliance heads get nothing like the bonuses other sectors do.

Still be better than FSA pay rates though. He'll have to work for it - I knew a lot of people at the FSA, and most did 9-5s!

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