Chief Economist at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), where she heads a division responsible for providing rigorous economic thinking, research, analysis and advice to help the FCA deliver on its strategic objective of making financial services markets work well. Kate has 20 years’ experience as an economist in roles spanning the public and private sectors. Kate has undertaken several senior roles in government, including as Chief Economist for Energy and Market Frameworks at the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and as Deputy Chief Economist at the UK Competition and Markets Authority.
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UK Financial Conduct Authority
Chief Economist at UK Financial Conduct Authority
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